State & Local

NYC’s early warning system for infectious diseases

A network of smart thermometers will allow public health officials to analyze data on individual neighborhoods so they can craft policies to control outbreaks of flu or COVID-19.

Cybersecurity

TSA tightens cyber rules for pipelines

A new directive requires operators of “critical” pipelines to review their current cybersecurity architecture, implement mitigation measures against known threats to IT and operational technology systems and establish plans to recover from a cyberattack.

Data & Analytics

Georgia smart road triples V2X infrastructure

With the addition of Kia to the project, The Ray advances its connected vehicle technology in real-world environments.

Data & Analytics

Coral Gables leans into smart city services

While the city expands its hyperconnected smart city infrastructure, its urban analytics platform delivers actionable business intelligence for stakeholders.

Emerging Tech

Can IoT sensors spot wildfires sooner?

The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate field tested wildfire sensors to evaluate their smoke detection and alert capabilities.

Cybersecurity

In search of 5G/IoT situational awareness

Because 5G will enable billions of internet-of-things devices to connect directly with one another, a situational awareness platform is critical for protecting personnel and systems from attack.

Cybersecurity

Army rolls back IoT restrictions for teleworkers

The Army is "restaffing" the policy, which would have required teleworkers to turn off or remove smart devices, such as Amazon Echo speakers, from their remote workspaces.

State & Local

Smarter sensors promise cities better parking management

Sidewalk Labs' new low-infrastructure solution offers easy connectivity to monitor urban parking, space by space.

Cybersecurity

Army reminds remote workers that in-home IoT devices pose security risks

To ensure teleworkers aren’t letting their home smart devices listen in on any government work, the Army is requiring they keep their workspaces free of internet of things devices.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Earthquake warning network now covers West Coast

The ShakeAlert earthquake early warning system is now available residents of California, Oregon and Washington, reaching 50 million people in the country’s most earthquake-prone region.

Emerging Tech

AFWERX invests in 5G-enabled IoT security

The Air Force’s innovation arm has awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research contract to Phosphorus Cybersecurity to help build a scalable security infrastructure to support 5G-enabled IoT devices.

Cybersecurity

Surveillance camera hack exposes video from police, prisons, schools

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.

Emerging Tech

DOD’s 5G-powered smart warehouse network kicks off

A private 5G wireless network is being installed as part of a multi-year initiative to create a smart warehouse reference design.

Cybersecurity

NIST updates smart grid framework

This latest version outlines a new strategy for developing interoperable devices and equipment and provides guidance and resources for grid cybersecurity.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Understanding the intelligent edge

By bringing artificial intelligence and compute power directly to edge devices, agencies can turn data from their expanding number of internet-of-things sensors into rapid, actionable insights.

Data & Analytics

NSF pushing for agency-specific cyber-physical research

The National Science Foundation’s research program aims to accelerate the transition of CPS into federal agencies.

Data & Analytics

Fort Carson expanding smart base transportation testbed

The Army plans to expand its testbed into the nearby Colorado Springs community with sensor deployment, data integration and the development of AI models and decision dashboards that integrate traffic and weather-related information.

Emerging Tech

Army seeks smarter exoskeletons for soldiers

The EXOSENSE program aims to pull biometric, motion, GPS, temperature and imaging data from exoskeleton sensors and integrate it into both the Android Tactical Assault Kit and Net Warrior situational awareness systems.

Cybersecurity

See the unseen: Using RF detection for health, safety, and security

A wireless device detection system that scans facility airspace 24/7 can help agencies enforce policies and defend against a wide variety of threats, ranging from rogue state actors to employees bringing in their own wireless access points.

Cybersecurity

IoT security picks up momentum

With attacks on connected infrastructure are becoming more frequent and sophisticated, securing the internet of things has become even more critical.

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