Busy Arizona Highway Uses Intelligent IoT to Ease Gridlock Smart transportation technology helps tap the breaks on traffic along Arizona’s Bell Road Highway. GRIDSMART uses real-time data and edge computing to improve travel time and intersection efficiency, even when the tourists come.  
Putting Interconnected IoT Devices to Work to Improve Patient Healthcare Innovation will continue to fuel the medical device sector’s ongoing quest for better ways to diagnose and treat  medical conditions proactively. When devices are interconnected, the ability for practitioners and clinicians to provide better patient care is increased exponentially.     
Texas Hospital Taps AI at the Edge to Build Safe, Intelligent Virtual ICU The global pandemic motivates Houston Methodist Hospital to roll out a virtual ICU. Using software that collects and analyzes data and uses AI at the edge, clinicians can treat patients while reducing exposure to infectious disease.  
Wearable Device Uses AI to Detect COVID-19 Symptoms Continuous monitoring and machine learning in a patch-like wearable device enables early detection of COVID-19 symptoms. Remote monitoring capabilities extend the reach of doctors and the safety of patients.  
Using Artificial Intelligence and Analytics to Transform Education AI-based technologies are being increasingly utilized to analyze the growing number of data points for evaluating the performance and ongoing needs of students. AI is also transforming traditional educational administrative processes by improving time to value for business-related initiatives for educational institutions.   
Farmers Go Whole Hog for Intelligent IoT Ag Solution PigVision uses artificial intelligence in a camera to give hog farmers real-time information about the average daily weight of pigs. Armed with real-time data, they can make more informed decisions about when to bring pigs to market and how to alter feeding schedules, improving farm processes and profits.  
Public Transportation Systems Roll Out Telematics, UV for Safer, Cleaner Rides Transit systems are struggling to recover from low ridership as a result of the pandemic. As people begin to venture out, public transportation agencies are turning to IoT technologies to provide cleaner vehicles and more detailed ride-related information to encourage social distancing.  
Smart City Taps IoT to Monitor Environment and Crowds at Popular Lake Smart cities can transform how cities maintain their services and interact with their citizens. IoT technologies are allowing one Australian city to track water quality, crowd density, and waste levels at a popular local lake to ensure the health of the environment and the public.
Intelligent Water Management System Helps Cities Combat Drought, Flooding Amid a changing climate and rapid urbanization, water-related disasters are increasingly harmful to cities and ecosystems. An open-source framework designed in Michigan is harnessing the power of IoT to create a smart water monitoring and drainage system that can help prevent city and roadway flooding, combat drought, improve aquatic life, and ensure safer drinking water.  
University Counts on Data Modeling to Track, Contain COVID-19 Outbreaks University of California San Diego launches an ambitious Return to Learn program that aims to provide self-testing kits to 65,000 students, faculty, and staff on campus on a recurring basis for COVID-19. It also plans to use data modeling, contact tracing, and wastewater testing to create a tailored map of any virus outbreaks so it can quickly stop the spread.