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Small edge and fog networks can help increasingly dense and connected smart cities power the internet of things.
The small-town North Carolina summer destination spot uses FirstNet for police, fire and surf rescue operations when the summertime population swells to 30,000.
Despite enthusiasm for more privacy rules by legislators and their constituents, many states found themselves bogged down this year in both the details of high-tech operations and industry complaints.
The nationwide wireless public-safety network is expected to be nearly three-quarters finished by year's end.
The Army Research Laboratory is studying how smart cities’ connected infrastructure could boost military networking capabilities in dense urban environments.
Federal legislators should turn to cloud-based email, common infrastructure, robust Wi-Fi and innovative contracting to modernize their aging IT systems.
"Connecting 9/11 exposures and health conditions is an extremely challenging task, in part because this was a unique exposure and because some health conditions may not occur for many years following the event," said Dr. John Howard, the director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
FirstNet gives public safety and law enforcement agencies a unified, highly secure network so they can more easily communicate, coordinate and share information in near-real time.
A new report details how states have used federal funding to secure voting systems -- and what still needs to be done.
The new governance policy will address issues of data sharing, security and privacy, enabling a common framework critical for the evolution of smart communities.
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