As part of the New York City 2030 District, Cityzenith will use digital twin technology’s ability to aggregate, visualize and analyze 3D space and time data and calculate energy efficiencies.
The Port Authority has established an agencywide, standards-based approach to managing its infrastructure assets.
When responders drop geolocation pins along flood boundaries, Pin2Flood shows them the roads and homes likely to be impacted.
Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services has outfitted field inspectors’ vehicles with telematics sensors that collect data and transmit it to the cloud for analysis.
An interoperable and connected data environment can help governments improve customer experience, enhance data protection and reduce fraud, waste and abuse, a new report says.
NASA is looking for a smartphone app that would not only allow its 18,000 employees to display their vaccination status when entering a NASA facility, but also help the space agency efficiently survey, report and analyze data on the immunization status of its workforce.
Software powered by clinical and administrative business intelligence thats allow real-time monitoring and timely action can help prevent veteran suicide.
Besides ramping up automated online services, many agencies gained deeper insights into what citizens really needed.
The Office of Naval Research is testing whether technology can help it spot dips in warfighters’ performance or lethality.
The Department of Energy is investing $13.7 million in projects that will address the challenges of moving, storing and processing the massive datasets.