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St Louis expands smart city kiosk roll-out

St Louis expands smart city kiosk roll-out

The kiosks are part of the city’s drive to create social equity and increase public safety and are also being used to provide information on the coronavirus crisis.

Smart city interactive kiosks debuted in St Louis

Smart city interactive kiosks debuted in St Louis

The city aims to put smart technology on the ground to advance equity, safety, discovery and mobility across the economic spectrum.

Which US states rank as innovation champions?

Which US states rank as innovation champions?

The Consumer Technology Association ranks the states on how supportive their policies are and the latest list shows innovation is not confined to the coastal tech hubs.

Kansas City moves to make all bus travel free

Kansas City moves to make all bus travel free

he free bus service is expected to cost around $8 million and has been pitched as a major help to low-income residents who rely on transit to commute to work.

City of Peculiar enhances broadband connectivity for government services

City of Peculiar enhances broadband connectivity for government services

Comcast Business will equip all of Peculiar’s buildings and facilities with unified communications infrastructure, specifically point-to-point fibre connectivity.

Virgin Hyperloop One kicks off US road trip

Virgin Hyperloop One kicks off US road trip

The mass transit system is being presented to state and local governments and stakeholders – including those in Ohio, Missouri and Texas, where feasibility studies are ongoing.