Posts tagged data
Technology: using power for good

New technologies can enhance the work of development groups from grassroots to global, but with this new potential comes the responsibility to understand the risks.

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Mobilizing data for the future of urban transport

Data is transforming the way we move around cities, from family car journeys to the daily commute. Gone are the days when traveling from A to B meant remembering your map and having to ask for directions at regular intervals.

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Cellular and Wi-Fi use—by operator and data plan type—for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint, January 2018

Thanks to a partnership between FierceWireless and Strategy Analytics, we hope to shed some light on the situation. The below data, from Strategy Analytics’ AppOptix service, show how often Android wireless users stray from cellular networks and onto Wi-Fi networks—and how that differs among customers of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.

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Moving into the Future with Next-Generation HCI

Flexible infrastructure allows state and local government to more easily leverage IoT, AI and other emerging technologies. In just five years, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) has established itself as an ideal technology for organizations grappling with the complexities of delivering new services rapidly, working with limited resources, managing data centers, moving to the cloud and preparing for the future. 

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Smart Columbus Initiative Seeks Open-Source Data-Sharing Infrastructure

Smart Columbus is looking to build a web-based information system that will collect and share data, allowing vehicles, roads and streetlights to communicate.

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More Blockchain Pilots Needed, Says US Treasury Official - CoinDesk

Craig Fischer, who serves as program manager for the Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation (FIT), part of the Treasury's Bureau of the Fiscal Service, offered a broad overview of the tech, writing that its potential application could lead to advances in data and information sharing.

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A smart city is one that turns real-time data into real-world information

As cities across the world become more interconnected, the promise of limitless mobility relies on being able to adapt swiftly to the changing travel patterns of their inhabitants.

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New research shows these ten cities poised for greatest ROI in Smart City technologies

Compass Intelligence, a global consulting and analytics firm, has released its Smart City Benefits Index to put a spotlight on the 50 U.S. cities with the most potential to benefit from the Internet of Things and other smart city technologies.

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Ohio Turns to Private Sector Data Analytics for Smarter, Safer Transportation

A contract, awarded to Inrix and StreetLight Data, will extend out to multiple state agencies and local governments, streamlining information sharing and improving the state's transportation network.

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Smart data exchange will bring value to smart city innovation - ReadWrite

There’s an opportunity for cities to embrace a platform business model where the city enables a level of connectivity around its data - a smart data exchange, a new kind of asset that enables cities to evolve into a new way of delivering value for its citizens with social economic benefits.

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Northern Kentucky Executives Discuss Advances in Smart Manufacturing

Northern Kentucky Tri-ED's Smart Factory Panel Discussion on August 265th focused on how smart manufacturing, robotics, and automation are changing manufacturing in America - Tony Canonaco, President of Balluff, Inc., John Baines, President of HAHN Automation, and Craig Todd, CEO of Amend Consulting. Moderated by Paul Miklautsch, Co-Founder of Start Something Bold.

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Ohio Turns to Private Sector Data Analytics for Smarter, Safer Transportation

A contract, awarded to Inrix and StreetLight Data, will extend out to multiple state agencies and local governments, streamlining information sharing and improving the state's transportation network.

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