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Technology that quantifies the physical environment, such as traffic or environmental factors

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#STOPSHOTSPOTTER

A coalition working against ShotSpotter's "harmful impacts on the Black, brown, and poor people that the company surveils."

Great King Machines

We manufacture embedded city maintenance machines for city civic and green agencies to upgrade to new standards of service to the citizens.

Low-Cost Sensors and Systems for Ocean Discovery

We are creating low-cost, easy-to-use deep-sea systems that gather the most critical data to inform environmental decision-making and deployment strategies.

ShakeAlert®

An Earthquake Early Warning System for the West Coast of the United States

Ecobee Donate your Data program

Sharing anonymized data from your ecobee smart thermostat can help scientists advance the way to a sustainable future. JOIN NOW

Array of Things

An intelligent urban measurement project that’s changing our understanding of cities and urban life. The Array of Things (AoT) is a collaborative effort among scientists, universities, federal and local government, industry partners, and communities to collect real-time data on urban environment, infrastructure, and activity for research and public use. AoT uses an open intelligent sensing and edge computing platform called Waggle, developed at Argonne National Laboratory. AoT was funded primarily by the U.S. National Science Foundation.

RapidSOS

Empowering a faster, smarter emergency response Contextual emergency data: e.g. precise location, medical profile, and real-time sensor data One centralized platform: Securely sends data to public safety agencies worldwide Developed together with public safety: Seamlessly fits into existing public safety workflows

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