The Center for Multiscale Applied Sensing at Brookhaven National Laboratory’s has outfitted a pickup truck with atmospheric monitoring instruments so researchers can easily relocate their sensing and analysis equipment as they study urban microclimates.
If the five companies using the most broadband bandwidth contribute more to the costs of providing it, they could help address the digital divide, a new report states.
Integrating digital technology, sensors and data into civil engineering projects can mitigate maintenance issues and increase safety and efficiency, according to a recent report from Harvard’s Ash Center
Researchers at the state’s drone testing range will be experimenting with a 5G network to help advance innovation in unmanned aircraft systems.
Las Vegas will be partnering with Cox Communications to use a citizens' broadband radio service private network to test smart-city applications in a local park.
A new report on preparing and responding to extreme weather outlines a number of data-driven initiatives, including hiring a private company to augment data the city gets from the National Weather Service.
A pilot project will explore inductive charging technology for electric vehicles as a way to turn public streets into shared energy platforms.
As part of the New York City 2030 District, Cityzenith will use digital twin technology’s ability to aggregate, visualize and analyze 3D space and time data and calculate energy efficiencies.
The Port Authority has established an agencywide, standards-based approach to managing its infrastructure assets.
A new report guides public-safety emergency managers through the features and functions of the dedicated nationwide wireless broadband network.