With data captured by telematics solutions from electric vehicles, fleet managers can compare the performance of EVs with their gas-powered counterparts to validate projected savings and ramp up future electrification efforts.
The Resource Information Tracking and Medical Communications Application will not only allow clinicians and local responders to chat and videoconference, but it will also create a common operating picture for officials managing a disaster.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants ideas for turning cellular biomass into safe, visually appealing, edible and palatable food that can support the military and civilians when traditional food is unavailable.
To calculate position without GPS, a team of researchers are using cosmic-ray muons -- subatomic particles can not only pass through the air, but also through rock, buildings and underground.
When identity-authenticating systems are unevenly implemented, people whose identifying data contains errors or inconsistencies struggle to access connected government services.
The city worked with Arizona State University to develop SmartBeats, a scheduling tool that optimizes the police department’s efficiency.
To ensure the U.S. can take full advantage of emerging technologies, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is asking input in eight areas so it can craft a strategy that fosters economic growth and competitiveness.
State residents can now store a digitized version of their driver’s license on their smartphone.
The earthquake warning technology will help protect the city’s bus and rail facilities by giving public transit officials and riders alerts before earthquake activity is felt.
Portland State University’s Digital City Testbed Center is exploring ways to raise the public’s awareness about environmental threats before deploying applications at scale.