After Acquiring Paladin Data Systems, Dude Solutions Rolls Out Licensing & Permitting Software
Plus, Next-Gen 911 Startup Raises $15M Series B, Columbus, Ohio, Requests Proposlas for Mobility-as-a-Service App and more...
After Acquiring Paladin Data Systems, Dude Solutions Rolls Out Licensing & Permitting Software Dude's work has traditionally focused on the facilities/asset management space, but now it's branching into a space that more directly touches citizens with a cloud-based licensing and permitting solution.
Next-Gen 911 Startup Raises $15M Series B
Israel-based Carbyne has wrapped up the funding
round just as they sign their first few customers in the U.S.
Columbus, Ohio, Requests Proposals for Mobility-as-a-Service App
The city, which is working on implementing the smart city vision that won it $40 million in 2016, wants an app
that will let users view multiple, interconnected means of getting somewhere and paying for it all at once.
Two Midwestern Cities Want Smart Kiosks on the Streets St. Louis
and Aurora, Ill.
, are both in the midst of a push to deploy smart touch-screen kiosks on their streets, following in the footsteps of Kansas City, Mo., and New York City before them.
Suburban Minneapolis Police Agency Deploys Gun-Mounted Cameras
The 10-officer West Hennepin County Safety Department opted for the cheaper alternative
to the increasingly popular body-worn cameras.
Exeter, N.H., Launches Mobile App for 311 and Citizen Services
The city's new app
allows citizens to send in pictures of potholes, report problems and pay for things like dog licensing.
When Will We Trust Self-Driving Vehicles? Given the radical changes those vehicles might make possible, it's an important question to ask. The University of Memphis, in collaboration with the city of Memphis, Tenn., have come up with a structured way to start answering it, drawing from survey data about what makes people uncomfortable.
GovTech company on our radar this week:
: Gives the community a way to text law enforcement agencies about their experiences with the police, creating an anonymized engagement dataset.
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