Center for Innovative Technology

Fredericksburg first to join Virginia's 'smart communities' network

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Looking to ply data analytics against urban blight, the city is the first in what the state hopes will grow into a network of technological expertise.

Virginia's smart communities work expected to continue under new governor

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Gov.-elect Ralph Northam is expected to continue the initiative, for which the state's work group is now preparing its final report.

IoT tools for public safety find $4.8 million in Homeland Security funding

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Virginia-based nonprofit Center for Innovative Technology will help test and develop emerging technologies like thermal imaging and aerial drones for use by first responders.

Va.-funded nonprofit, D.C. university team up on smart city experiments

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The Center for Innovative Technology, George Washington University and 22 Capital Partners are hoping to build and test a "smart city in a box" platform.

Virginia-funded cyber accelerator scores new private funding

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Mach37, which was previously funded entirely by the state Legislature, now has its first private partner.

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