Utah to join states allowing fully autonomous vehicles on public roads
If signed by Gov. Gary Herbert, Utah would join states including California, Arizona, and Pennsylvania that allow public testing of fully autonomous vehicles.
How dark fiber can support flexible networks for local government
At a National Association of Counties conference, IT leaders shared the benefits and challenges of municipally owned fiberoptic networks.
For autonomous vehicle advancement, Mayor Peduto signs “Pittsburgh Principles"
He's signed a "first of its kind" order laying out the city's AV strategy, calling for testing guidelines and transparent communication between stakeholders.
New York State announces winners of online safety poster contest
Led by the state technology office, the program is designed to raise awareness of cybersecurity issues among students.
San Francisco plans to install AI-backed sensors in 1,000 city trash bins
Technology from Nordsense will be installed in city bins to monitor and analyze waste patterns for service optimization.
Charlotte, N.C., hires Houston IT leader as new CIO
Reenie Askew, currently the deputy CIO for Houston, will take the top IT job in Charlotte, succeeding Jeff Stovall, who resigned last September.