Hacks of phone-based fingerprint readers and facial recognition software underscore the need for multifactor identification.
An animated White House will appear on any $1 bill when viewed with the new 1600 app.
Agencies believe that using social media to showcase the more interesting aspects of government work can help recruit the next-generation workforce.
In Norfolk, Va., researchers use drone video on YouTube, a mobile app and GIS software to analyze regional flooding.
The Innovation and Test Lab will perform technology validation and automated testing in addition to providing a space for collaboration, knowledge sharing and training opportunities.
The voluntary guidelines are intended to help designers of mobile technology build products that keep drivers' attention on the road rather than on their phones.
The Department of Transportation is wrapping up a multiyear pilot that uses sensors on state maintenance vehicle fleets to better predict traffic and weather conditions.
Progressive web apps work across multiple devices, are easy to develop and deploy and deliver web content to users faster, even over low-quality networks.
Privacy-protected video and geopositioning data from multiple drones can be live-streamed between field agents and command centers.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is testing an app that integrates public transit information with Uber data to make rail commuting easier.
Urban planners soon may be able create safer cities based on a combination of cellphone data, Google Street View images and machine learning.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking for a better way for secure laptops in patrol cars.
Besides helping agencies track vehicle performance, telematics can help fleet managers meet federal mandates that require greenhouse gas emissions reductions of 15 percent by 2020.
City leaders need real-time visibility across their entire project portfolio to help them better plan, build and operate their smart city.