Nashville is one of many metropolitan municipalities looking to manage the influx of micromobility — that is, scooters. These vehicles and others like it have cropped up almost overnight with city officials scrambling to regulate them.
An expert in government technology says that data enables several promising tools that agencies can use for mission success.
There may not be a map to the future, but Esri’s story map technology certainly seems to be taking us in the right direction.
Geographic information systems (GIS) — an online spatial tool for data collection, management and analysis that is rooted in geography— has been acknowledged as a foundational platform in building smart community strategies worldwide.
When it comes to tackling issues like the opioid epidemic, disease transmission, reducing homelessness, civic inclusion and more, government has especially utilized GIS to serve their citizens and residents.
Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers is optimistic about his state’s future. Gazing into the proverbial crystal ball, Rodgers imagines Ohio’s technology and workforces reaching new heights in 2020 and beyond.
Placer County’s HMIS System Administrator Sue Compton needed to find a solution fast for the biannual January count of people experiencing homelessness, and a paper-based format was not going to cut it.
Geographic information system (GIS) software can help create smart communities by capturing, storing, managing and presenting geographic data.
The biggest developments in the smart communities movement is shifting from the idea of a single application to a series of interrelated technologies.
The L.A. County Office of the Assessor began an “Assessor-as-a-Service” program designed to help smaller counties’ assessor’s offices get to the cloud.