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AR googles and home-grown software not only help technicians make repairs faster and more accurately, they may even help attract tech talent to Los Angeles.
The U.S. DOT is making $60 million in grant funding available to public-sector entities to demonstrate how automated driving systems can be safely integrated into the nation's transportation system.
With a 5G wireless network, Sacramento can take advantage of smart city applications that will improve public safety, mobility and access in underserved areas.
New York City's NYC Secure app shows how governments can help citizens cope with cyberthreats.
Edge computing offers the ability to conduct real-time analytics with less latency and greater scalability.
As cities experiment with automated vehicles, open data and blockchain to improve livability, they still must balance legacy and next-generation systems.
Artificial intelligence can be enlisted for prosaic chores like monitoring infrastructure that can save governments time and money.
A data-savvy staff that works to meet the requirements of program managers will deliver the insights agencies need to make sense of their data, a local government agency chief data officer says.
New solutions for public safety answering points like video live streaming can improve responders' effectiveness, but they can also make the workplace even more stressful.
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