Interactive Digital Signs Offer Extra Value During Pandemic High-tech meets sustainability and functionality in the growing digital sign market. During the pandemic, digital signs everywhere lit up, offering valuable communications such as transportation schedules, real-time wait times for medical care, and vital public health messages.  
COVID-19 eBook for Smart Cities and Transportation This Technology Response Guide shares perspective on the pandemic and how technology may help drive global transformation in public safety, mobility, and sustainability.    
Robotic Systems Join Workforce at Airports Around the Globe Airports around the globe are turning to robotics and automated IoT technology to help facilitate a range of automated workforce tasks, including cleaning, parking, and baggage handling.  
IoT Telematics Puts Data in Driver’s Seat For companies managing entire fleets of vehicles, monitoring the vehicles, while trying to reduce operation costs and focus on fleet efficiency can be difficult. IoT vehicle telematics can help. Incorporating vehicle telematics provides a range of benefits for fleet management companies.
Airport Security: IoT Tech and Predictive Analytics Are Ready for Take Off Airports have continued to spend millions of dollars to implement smart security measures, including tighter security checkpoints, facial recognition software, full-body scanners, IoT-based access control systems, intrusion detection, alarms, video surveillance and increased security personnel.
IoT and the Smart Connected School Bus Solutions provider Presidio is changing the age-old image of the creaky yellow school bus by giving it a fresh new IoT makeover.
California’s First Smart Highway Project Comes to Life The state’s first full-fledged smart highway project, SMART Corridor, uses IoT, digital signs and active traffic management tools to reduce jammed sections of I-80 in the San Francisco Bay Area.