Hackers could sow chaos by shutting down connected cars, researchers say
A new study led by a Georgia Tech professor imagines a nightmare scenario in which hackers control enough internet-connected vehicles to shut down an entire city.
How Smart Columbus is advancing city transportation tech
Commentary: Jordan Davis, a director at the Columbus Partnership, shares how the Ohio capital is making the most of its $570 million experiment.
Ohio opens 540-acre testing ground for 'smart' vehicles
The facility, called SMARTCenter, is the latest addition to the state's investment in autonomous and connected vehicle research.
Utah invests $50 million in connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure
Officials say they'll work with Panasonic to advance from Utah's current time-saving and efficiency techniques onto roadway technologies that can save lives.
'Smart city' initiatives are creating a flood of new data
As municipal devices tuck away trillions of terabytes of data, smart-city experts say they don't have the workforce or infrastructure to parse the information.
Looking to create standards for smart state projects, Ohio selects a vendor
The state wants a way to get the most out of its next-generation transportation efforts.
Minnesota Gov. Dayton orders autonomous vehicle testing, creates advisory board
An executive order puts the state in a growing group of those planning for new advances in transportation technology.
Pennsylvania connects 5,000 state vehicles to the Internet of Things
With real-time data, the state says it hopes to improve efficiency and driver safety.
Predictive analytics is helping Kansas City catch up on a $40 million road repair backlog
Using new predictive models, the Missouri city says it could save as much as 50 percent on repairs.