Digital service delivery, public safety tools finalists in 'Engaged Cities' awards
Ten finalist cities will compete for three shares of a $200,000 cash prize for work with the public that makes a positive difference in their communities.
Don't be fooled by Orlando city government's website redesign
Officials say it's much more than a "hamburger button."
Orlando police are testing Amazon's facial recognition software again
Privacy advocates continue to criticize the city's exploration of Amazon's Rekognition platform, which has resumed less than two weeks after the end of a controversial pilot.
ACLU criticizes cities and states buying facial-recognition software from Amazon
"Facial recognition in American communities threatens freedom," the organization says of Amazon's Rekognition platform.
Orlando deploys alpha website, digital team for 24-hour services
A final version of the city's digital services offering is expected by the end of the year.
Orlando begins quest to digitize every city service
Responding to a call from its mayor, the city is deploying a new innovation team and launching an experimental new website to bring its citizen services into the modern era.
Smart city stumbling blocks: 5 cities weigh in
A diverse array of challenges face those pursuing a smart city future, but a panel of government technologists say the biggest task could be trying to get everyone on the same page.
Tech, transit and planning officials foresee a multimodal future fraught with complexity
The popularization of new modes of transportation and the burgeoning Internet of Things is presenting regulatory and planning challenges faster than city leaders can answer them.
5 cities win custom workshop through Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant
Winners will receive products, support and advice from vendors and industry experts as they pursue smart city goals around affordable housing, transportation and public safety.