Technology developed for testing water purity on the International Space Station is being remade into a simple, low-cost mobile app for evaluating water safety here on Earth.
Rescue workers, hospital staffers and patients themselves are using mobile apps to improve responses to health emergencies.
City officials hope to cut emergency room visits with a program designed to connect residents in their homes with a doctor, via the emergency medical technicians and firefighters who answer the 911 call.
GammaTech Computer Corp. has developed four commercial-off-the-shelf configurations of its Durabook R11 tablets to meet the different needs of public safety professionals.
New Gartner analysis finds broad similarities at different levels of government, but decidedly different rankings of public-sector CIO's biggest worries.
The Next-Generation Incident Command System is a mobile, web-based system designed to speed collaboration and enhance situational awareness.
Smart Tools will allow inspectors at the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct, document and report their inspections using a mobile device or tablet.
Though we may be years away from significant adoption, it’s important for government agencies to begin incorporating wearables into their security planning now.
Government IT managers looking for mobile device management tools will get three new options with their Office 365 subscription plans.
The Flex platform provides several options for managing email, messaging and video communication throughout corrections enterprises.
Eagle County, Colo. set up its text-to-911 service to meet public expectations for the service, especially among the hard-of-hearing communities.
At a February ski event, Colorado first responders put LTE mobile broadband to the test in a demo of technologies for a future nationwide public safety network.
The AnyPen technology lets users write with a ballpoint pen or graphite pencil, delivering more precise navigation than a finger and eliminating the need for a proprietary stylus.
Miami-Dade County Animal Services has partnered with Finding Rover, a free mobile app that helps pet owners find their lost dogs using facial recognition technology.