Mobile's Municipal Information System hosted a mini trade show and demonstrated COMPIS, a new police department computer system.
The State Telecommunications Information Council lifted a temporary moratorium on state agency purchases of Windows 95.
The Salt River Project, a multipurpose reclamation project serving over one million electric customers in Salt River Valley, selected Harris Controls, Distributive Automation Products, to automate a portion of the district's distribution system.
The state Telecommunications and Management Information Divisions are now housed in the same location.
To relieve traffic congestion in Los Angeles, Caltrans developed a system of broadcasting traffic patterns over cable TV, called "Freeway Vision."
Colorado Courts have a new home page at
The Metropolitan District Commission in Hartford hired Applied Graphics Inc. to assist in streamlining map production from MDC's Arc/Info GIS. EQM.
The Office of Information Systems selected Security Dynamics Inc. for its access control system.
With the help of MCI, Southern Bell, PictureTel and Siemens Rolm, Florida Atlantic University has completed piloting a distance learning project connecting six campuses.
Twenty to 40 kiosks will be placed in Atlanta's Hartsfield International Airport that will include information on real-time traffic, route guidance to specific points of interest, electronic yellow pages and an online airline guide. The Traveler.
The University of Hawaii has signed a contract with PeopleSoft Inc. for its client/server student administration application.
The Idaho National Engineering Laboratory and Science Applications International Corp. are working to develop a real-time simulation platform for nuclear power plant safety. Technology Access Reports.
Criminal, civil and traffic court case records will soon be available online at the county courthouse in DuPage, Kane, DeKalb and Kendall counties.
Indiana selected Innovative Archival Solutions Inc. to supply 12 Touchprint workstations to screen applications for staff positions on 10 gaming boats in conjunction with the Indiana State Police and the FBI.
The Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority awarded a contract to Transportation Management Solutions Inc. for its Auto-Trac Fleetservice GPS/AVL system.
The city of Emporia selected Western Air Maps Inc. to provide surveying support for digital mapping and GIS.
The Department of Education selected GDC to provide schools throughout Kentucky with access to the Internet at T1 speeds, connecting them to other school districts and providing access to over 35,000 libraries.
Acadiana Criminalistics Laboratory awarded a contract to AG Communications Systems for its AT&T LIMS-plus software system to help automate manual case management and evidence tracking.
Maine signed a statewide agreement to standardize on SmartSuite, a productivity suite written for Windows 95 and cc:Mail, a LAN-based e-mail system. Both are provided by Lotus Development Corp.
Montgomery County implemented an Advanced Transportation System to monitor and control changing traffic conditions and make real-time traffic information available to the public. PTI Prism.
The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority selected MFS Communications Co. Inc. to design, integrate and install an electronic toll collection system at the Boston Harbor Tunnels on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Detroit's Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation awarded a contract to Transportation Management Solutions to design, build and test an automatic vehicle location system.
Hennepin County developed an interactive, multilingual kiosk to deliver managed health care presentations to Spanish-speaking and special-needs clients. PTI Prism.
A computer link between the Mississippi Treasury and the bank that processes the majority of state warrants has been established to reduce costs.