As government leaders urge everyone to stay home to limit spread of the coronavirus, people are finding unique ways to stay socially connected to family, friends and classmates through technology.
A large real estate firm in New York City created a private operating system to better crunch and report its data, and machine learning and mobile technology to maximize cost savings and keep tenants comfortable during all seasons.
Experts across the globe are turning to data and transformative technologies like machine learning to predict, prepare for, and manage disasters that follow wildfires. Learn how emerging technologies are transforming satellite information to deliver data far faster and with more detail than ever before.
The growing 5G network has the potential to impact urban environments like New York City in a number of ways, such as ensuring the safety of self-driving cars and automating real-time traffic reports.
If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you know that feeling of frustration. Automobile insurers are looking to blockchain technology to make the claims process less stressful and more efficient for all.
Technology plays a critical role in addressing public safety emergencies, from surveillance cameras to biometric scanners. But it’s the Internet of Things that enables such devices to be connected, allowing for real-time threat monitoring and faster, smarter response tactics that keep the public—and those tasked with protecting them—safe.
When 5G technology goes mainstream, will media outlets be able to draw readers and viewers into a more immersive experience, one that’s unimaginable today with the current bandwidth limitations? This advanced technology offers massive opportunity to deliver content in AR and VR formats.