Privacy-protected video and geopositioning data from multiple drones can be live-streamed between field agents and command centers.
Powerful software is solving more crimes and raising new questions about due process.
For the University of Maryland University College, data center consolidation and cloud migration was made easier with hybrid network monitoring.
At a recent panel on cybersecurity, experts agreed that the threat to the nation’s critical infrastructure is becoming acute as more connected devices come online.
With the opening of the Code.gov portal, agencies at all levels of government can access custom software developed for federal projects.
Cities are taking the lead in testing and piloting technologies to tackle traffic, crime and chronic homelessness.
The EdSim Challenge seeks virtual and augmented reality-based educational experiences that teach academic and technical skills.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is testing an app that integrates public transit information with Uber data to make rail commuting easier.
To make its website more accessible and useful to residents, Marion, Ill., installed software on that adds speech, reading and translation capabilities.
The Census Bureau plans to test the use of geographic information systems and aerial imagery in counting the nation’s population.