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US city claims drone technology will save lives

The US city of San Diego has announced the launch of an ambitious new program centered on drone technology. The city is introducing the first unmanned aircraft system (UAS) Integration Pilot Program (IPP) drone deployment for the San Diego Fire Department.

Are smart cities safe from cyberattacks

A comprehensive report compiled by expert researchers from IBM Security has once again highlighted just how vulnerable smart cities are to being hacked.

International alliance eases deployment of smart networks

With the aim of eliminating dependency on proprietary solutions, smart city, smart energy and IoT network leaders disclosed that they are working on developing an open source, multi-transport wireless networking technology and data model.

US city launches interactive platform that measures smart city data

A US city has introduced an interactive platform which will use live data to measure the city's metrics in relation to its performance, help demonstrate its transparency and encourage accountability. The city of St. Petersburg in Florida announced the launch of its innovative new platform as part of its overall strategic approach towards becoming a leading smart city in the United States.

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