With a mobile app that collects data from public transit riders, artificial intelligence and analysis help from CloudBank, researchers are building dashboards residents can use to support claims of inadequate service.
Real-time endpoint data from in-vehicle sensors at accident scenes can give EMS teams the data they need to to improve lifesaving efforts.
Using a robot to automate the sewage concentration in samples collected from community wastewater surveillance programs dramatically reduces the time it takes to get results.
Police departments, prisons, schools, hospitals and major technology firms were among the 24,000 organizations that had their cloud-based surveillance video breached by an international hacker group.
The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security will develop flexible and adaptable high-value asset risk management tools for state, local and tribal governments.
GIS helps policymakers visualize inequality and identify where community needs are greatest, prodding society to more equitable outcomes.
Under the final bill, states and localities would have to use the funds to respond to the COVID-19 crisis and economic downturn through measures such as assisting small businesses, boosting essential worker pay, funding government services affected by a revenue shortfall or making infrastructure investments.
Agencies that have made their websites and apps understandable to screen readers should be sure their PDFs also comply with accessibility standards.
The Analytics Container Environment provides a modular framework for running containerized analytics on streaming video.
Utilities should update software, provide training and assess what software and hardware they use -- as well as their cyber-physical vulnerabilities.