Following an autonomous shuttle pilot project at Fort Carson in Colorado, US Ignite released a report detailing the project’s strengths and weaknesses. The report comes as interest in the technology grows at the municipal level.
The implementation of a natural language processing platform has helped the Allegheny County Department of Human Services better interpret the data on the children it serves through natural language processing.
The federally funded broadband project created 61 miles worth of service to houses in previously unserved parts of New Carlisle, South Charleston and South Vienna. Additional funding will connect 1,000 more homes.
Texas State Highway 130, which connects Austin with San Antonio, is an innovation corridor using high-tech satellite imaging to find tiny flaws in pavement and other structures in need of maintenance.
Alaska leaders are stepping up efforts to land a giant chunk of more than $65 billion that's available to improve broadband service across the U.S., largely through last year's infrastructure bill.
Twenty automatic license plate reader cameras with the potential to scan millions of plates each year will be installed around Newark, Calif., as soon as next month, with the aim of deterring crime and solving cases.
Some residents in the path of the massive Northern California wildfire say they did not receive emergency evacuation alerts from Siskiyou County’s CodeRED system. The fire has killed four people.
A new report from the Mineta Transportation Institute highlights some of the growing cybersecurity risks that public transit systems are being exposed to as technology becomes more integral to daily operations.
The Bloomberg-funded group has offered its benchmarking certification program in the United States for years, and now it’s opening it up to local governments throughout the Western Hemisphere.
Despite a cease and desist order issued by Connecticut utility regulators last month and a $5 million fine, installation of fiber-optic cable by Frontier Communications is continuing, according to a company spokeswoman.
Farmers in Somerset County, Pa., are calling for creative solutions from the state to expand rural Internet service. The region — a mix of hills, mountains and ridgelines — has been historically difficult to connect.
The public safety tech major has now integrated its body-worn and in-car cameras with its situational awareness platform, CommandCentral Aware — part of a larger trend of police gaining more and more access to video.
Commuters using several MVRTA bus stops will soon have access to Wi-Fi and device charging thanks to a $50,000 grant from the state. The stops could also include displays for real-time schedules and other information.
A new report from the Illinois Law Enforcement and Training Standards Board identified multiple issues Bloomington, Normal and Illinois State University police departments have experienced since implementing body cams.
Rohit Chopra heads the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and he recently spoke about the potential for fraud with instant payments, bias in lending algorithms, and why he's keeping an eye on car-loan debt.
The state recently announced the new Tackle Box mobile phone feature to enhance fishing-related tourism by making it easier for new and experienced anglers to enjoy the great fishing offered throughout New York.
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