Powering Smart and Connected Communities
This project is part of the Trustworthy Networks of Things project at NIST. This repository publishes a user interface, certificates and scripts to test out DPP with device iD support. Important: This is a proposed extension to wifi-easyconnect (AKA DPP) but it is not part of the standard.
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This blog outlines the reasons I’m hopeful, even optimistic, as well as 3 things entrepreneurs should be focused on *right now.* First, let me acknowledge the difficulty and pain so many are facing during this pandemic.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A Louisville neighborhood is putting a spotlight on streetlights in an effort to reduce crime. Councilwoman Nicole George, D-District 21, is encouraging people to track streetlights and report them when they aren’t working. Several community members have already volunteered to check streetlights in their areas.
UC San Diego’s student government has joined other community voices pushing back against the city’s use of camera-equipped street lights, and has submitted a list of demands its members hope will increase transparency about the technology’s impact on privacy and public safety.
June 18, 2019 – In a clear demonstration of why AI leadership demands the best compute capabilities, NVIDIA today unveiled the world’s 22nd fastest supercomputer – DGX SuperPOD – which provides AI infrastructure that meets the massive demands of the company’s autonomous-vehicle deployment program.
Data sharing and visualization platform for European cities and regions
Companies and institutions are coming together to develop smart cities as international meeting points and business hubs. Barcelona, New York, the Australian government or the EU for example have been using APIs to drive connected cities. Rudolf Giffinger, one of the world’s leading experts in urban development, defines smart cities using six clearly separate criteria: economy, mobility, environment, administration, way of life and residents.
Should Data Exchanges be based on free or open data? As many of you may know, Open is different from Free. Open software, for example, refers to reading software source code. Free software allows you to use the software for free. Data can be Open or Free, or both.
We discuss the cost of providing Free data in a world where more and more data is being produced. New business models are evolving for Open Data that encourage use, innovation, and business model development and preserve the rights of innovators and data users as well as those who provide the data.
When it comes to smart city innovation, it’s arguable that most use cases are not that exciting to the average resident. A connected garbage bin, traffic light or parking meter is not going to cause applause and adoration for city officials at least in the first instance.