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Cities will soon be required to master data analytics if they are to hold their own in the rapidly modernizing world, a new report says.
The National Park Service wants to tap into location-based data to track visitor-use patterns it can use for improving visitor experience and long-range transportation and infrastructure planning.
The National Institutes of Health's STRIDES Initiative aims to partner with commercial cloud providers to reduce economic and technology barriers to biomedical research.
The scanner captures more than 900,000 data points per second that can be used to create 3D images of a crime or accident scene.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants technologies to help the military and responders map, navigate and search underground complexes.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is using data from Oak Ridge National Lab to see what structures have been overtaken by the Kilauea lava flow.
Using spatial economic modeling on a high-powered analytics platform, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has been able to identify high-risk clusters of patients.
Using Esri’s ArcGIS Urban, city planners can easily see the impacts of rezoning and redevelopment projects and make adjustments.
State CIOs can take advantage of cloud, business intelligence and automation tools to meet the increasing expectations of a demanding citizenry.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s cloud-based data science workstations give quantitative analysts better performance, less latency and access to the latest financial analytics tools.
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