Philadelphia’s innovation initiative has plans to improve food distribution, map the built environment and improve roads by breaking down data silos and facilitating cross-agency collaboration.
A recent systemwide failure at the NWS College Park data center that impacted networks nationwide illustrates the agency’s struggles to supply web access for increasingly complex weather models.
COVID-19 and the resulting repercussions accelerated the rise of Cities 4.0, or cities that excel at cloud, smart technology and data management to achieve social, environmental and economic goals.
An artificial intelligence-based platform helping the Food and Drug Administration analyze adverse drug reports is expected to save reviewers about 7,500 hours per year.
Modern, cloud-based analytics solutions provide a multidimensional snapshot of a system and the data it produces, giving public safety organizations the ability to point out a problem, understand what is contributing and develop a solution.
NASA data is powering soil analytics that can deliver accurate and scalable irrigation and fertilization metrics and enable research into the impact of extreme weather events.
The agreement will foster the sharing of physical and biological data that will help NOAA meet its goals related to climate adaptation and mitigation, weather-readiness, healthy oceans and resilient coastal communities and economies.
The Department of Energy is dedicating $29 million to develop new tools and advanced algorithms that will benefit multiple scientific fields and inform cutting-edge solutions for a variety of complex problems.
Vertical location services can give emergency workers vital situational awareness and help keep them safe when responding to incidents in multistory buildings.
Managing a city’s integrated ecosystem means using data for the collective benefit of the city, public and private sector.