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Two years after winning the Department of Transportation's $40 million Smart City Challenge, Columbus, Ohio, details its connected vehicle infrastructure.
The Smart Cities Project Activator is a web-based portal to help cities collect and organize the information they need to for smart city project planning.
A new application will allow transportation departments to pass roadway infrastructure information to automated vehicles.
Spending on internet-of-things technologies and services worldwide is expected to reach more than $2 billion by 2023.
A new white paper from Georgia Tech dives into IoT technology for municipal services, utilities, public safety, transportation and health care.
The internet of things is amplifying the number and variety of touchpoints available to reach citizens and giving municipalities access to data that can help shape service offerings.
Researchers at the University of Utah are using a train-mounted sensor to collect spatial and temporal data on air pollutants.
As state and local agencies adopt automation, cloud and IoT technologies to improve their services and citizens' experience, they must also incorporate automated defenses to mitigate associated risks.
The sensor network will gather data on vehicle and pedestrian traffic to help city officials understand the causes of fatal accidents.
Connected pavement will be able to notify first responders when a car goes off the road.
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