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.
As part of its goal to eventually eliminate pedestrian fatalities in its streets, New York City is considering smartphones or wearable devices to help visually impaired pedestrians safely cross streets.
Agencies should evaluate whether their services can be more effectively delivered in a mobile environment.
Gov2Go merges services from more than 100 state and local government agencies onto one mobile-accessible platform.
A governmentwide strategy for mobile service acquisition and usage depends on better data collection, exec says.
The Federal Communications Commission recently adopted new rules that will better align the regulations with advances in wireless technology.
The Social Security Administration paired a blanket purchase agreement with a managed service to coordinate ordering, expense management and device security.
The Fleet Management System to Go app has improved operational performance and delivered about half a million dollars in savings by replacing handheld scanners with smartphones.
The Aero app provides the more than 25,000 pilots who use it with cloud-based access to the latest maps and route plans.
The Postal Service suggests five ways it could support smart city initiatives using its vehicles and mail carriers.
A Science and Technology Directorate research project proves that reducing the risk of third-party applications is not such a remote possibility.