The IRS wants to see if augmented reality can help smartphone users better understand tax forms, and the Drug Enforcement Agency wants an AR solution overlays live video from aircraft with advanced mapping information.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s AutoBEM software suite can make energy-saving recommendations for every building in the country.
The project will deliver very specific climate predictions that will help officials understand vulnerabilities in the New York Power Authority’s grid to future climate impacts.
The rapid adoption of smart-city technology has created unforeseen conditions that could risk common civil liberties, according to a new report.
The always-on virtual environments in which people can interact with one another and digital objects while operating virtual representations of themselves may become the successor to the internet.
Cities using digital twins for more efficient urban planning can expect to save $280 billion by 2030, according to market research.
New York City’s Department of Finance is working to develop a blockchain proof-of-concept that would make data in property documents transparent and immutable and detect and reduce deed fraud.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab transposed data from a malware distribution network into music and played it for non-musicians who could accurately recognize deviations in pitch that indicated a change in the network traffic.
Built atop its Smart Corridor infrastructure, the testbed as a service will allow researchers to access and test algorithms using data from the city’s connected urban environment.
The Commerce Department’s Enterprise Services Division is using bots to slash processing time, allowing the shared services center staff to focus on more complicated customer service tasks.