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The 2020 presidential election is right around the corner! An unfortunate pandemic has already been
upended that has required states to go back to the drawing board to re-evaluate how voting will take
place on November 3rd. Register to check out some of DLT’s election security resources!
One county in Indiana is working with researchers to see if artificial intelligence can reduce parolee recidivism rates and identify when early intervention could be most beneficial.
With grants management taking on more importance in the pandemic, state and local governments are turning to cloud-based systems to streamline processing and reporting.
Tools like automated license plate recognition software and vehicle recognition systems can be used to create a contactless and efficient form of policing that can help departments manage their budgetary realities while keeping their officers and communities safe for everyone.
When preparing for emergencies that can’t be economically or responsibly recreated live, virtual reality gives responders the opportunity to experience alternate outcomes and practice real-time communication.
New York City’s transit agency is asking Apple to improve its facial recognition algorithm so that bus and subway passengers don’t have to remove their masks to unlock their phones and potentially spread COVID-19.
As people social distance to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, police are finding tools to help them enforce the law and practice social distancing.
Software-defined, virtualized and decentralized infrastructure gives governments the flexibility, scalability and operational efficiency required to address residents’ needs in real-time, from anywhere.
Here’s how to ensure new technology benefits agencies, improves citizens’ lives and saves money.
COVIDWISE is the first statewide deployment of the COVID-19 exposure notifications system application programming interface jointly created by Apple and Google.
In the face of unprecedented challenges this year, many election officials say most issues can simply be addressed with sufficient political will.
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