The Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies appointed by President Obama has released 46 recommendations designed to protect national security and advance foreign policy while maintaining privacy and civil rights, according to a White House release.
In order to make the City of Sydney safer at night, Lord Mayor Clover Moore announced that the Council will be adding 10 more closed-circuit television cameras to monitor main streets and the central business district.
Clark International Airport in Pampanga The Philippines is upgrading its passenger processing system to accommodate more passengers, improve efficiency and cut cost.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) conducted its annual emergency preparedness exercise today, in a bid to test and evaluate its contingency plans against the threat of terrorist attacks.
Google Person Finder, a crowdsource web application that allows individuals to post and search for status of friends and loved ones affected by Typhoon Yolanda, now tracks 77,000 records.
Big data analytics can help government improve citizen services, enhance public safety and security, protect national security, and manage resources more effectively. Over 30 senior government ICT decision makers discussed this opportunity at a workshop today, held at the 10th annual FutureGov Summit.
The City of Troy, located in the US State of New York, has introduced a public crime map, via RAIDS online, as part of the city police department’s on-going efforts to improve crime prevention and public safety initiatives.
In response to floods in northeast China in August this year, flood relief teams use used a video collaboration system to improve coordination of relief efforts and real-time analysis of flood data.
Improving frontline service delivery in the emergency health sector, Australia’s Queensland Ambulance Service is joining Queensland Health today looking to further demand management, system coordination and patient outcomes.
IT interoperability is a key challenge faced by Queensland Police Service and the Department of Community Safety in delivering efficient public safety outcomes, according to latest review released this month.
Queensland, Australia has announced the release of a smart phone app providing residents and visitors with access to real-time beach and water safety information in 72 languages, aiming to prevent drowning accidents in the 12,000 Australian beaches.
In a visit to Ngee Ann Secondary School yesterday (22 July), FutureGov found students deeply ...
The Infocomm Development Authority and Ministry of Education of Singapore have initiated plans to introduce ...
Ngee Ann Secondary School’s students are on a bid to “change the world” with ...