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.
The Army wants to give warfighters access to an artificial intelligence-enhanced medical database they can use to care for fellow service members incapacitated by injury or disease in the field.
To ensure Americans have reliable access to high-speed internet, the Federal Communications Commission aims to build a comprehensive, user-friendly dataset on broadband availability.
Philadelphia is working on an urban mining tool that analyzes data from construction permits and building trends to identify when and where builders can find recycled materials.
With a mobile app that collects data from public transit riders, artificial intelligence and analysis help from CloudBank, researchers are building dashboards residents can use to support claims of inadequate service.
The project will help Labor unlock its enterprise data sources, create data management capacity and ensure timely, secure delivery of appropriate information to the right customers.
Agencies trying to assess the security of industry supply chains may have a tough time getting the information they need because of organizations’ inability to identify or measure their cybersecurity postures.
The Census Bureau’s Data Ingest and Collection for the Enterprise program is expected to expand surveying capabilities, lower complexity and avoid costs related to duplicative data collection operations.
Police departments, prisons, schools, hospitals and major technology firms were among the 24,000 organizations that had their cloud-based surveillance video breached by an international hacker group.