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Read How Tech is Shaping the Infrastructure of Tomorrow

Technology plays an essential role in modernizing America’s infrastructure.  From the deployment of broadband and emerging technologies to electric vehicle infrastructure and smart grid technology, tech is creating new jobs, advancing our economy forward, and strengthening U.S. competitiveness.  In this week’s Tech At Work, learn how tech is building safer, more efficient, and environmentally-friendly communities by fostering innovation, creating opportunity, and shaping the infrastructure of tomorrow.


Pittsburgh Embraces Smart City Technology (Apple/Dell/CDW/Google)

In Pittsburg, PA, public service needs have bolstered smart technology.  The city is working to establish robust structural and connectivity capabilities to back its smart tech and increase operational transparency and efficiency.

Bloom is Bringing its Fuel Cell Technology to Residential Communities (Bloom Energy)

Bloom has deployed its fuel cells into residential communities in New York and the Northeast — providing enough clean energy to power 30,000 traditional homes.

City Leaders Can Now Predict the Future with 5G Technology (Verizon)

Verizon’s new technology allows city leaders to simulate real-world urban stressors, from traffic to natural disasters, to better understand, plan, and prioritize short- and long-term planning and response.

Prioritizing a Safe and Technology-neutral Approach to AV Regulations (Aurora)

Aurora provided recommendations to government regulators on a self-driving vehicle national framework that prioritizes safety and innovation as the future of mobility develops.

Reimagining the Internet for the Future (Cisco)

The Internet is critical to our daily lives. But three billion people around the world remain unconnected or underserved.  Read how Cisco is closing the digital divide and reimagining the Internet for the Future.

What's New in Tech

TechNet Held a Roundtable Discussing the Future of Mobility in the Economic Recovery Co-moderated by GM and Aurora

What We're Saying

TechNet Statement on Recent Anti-Asian Violence

TechNet Submits Comments on Semiconductor Manufacturing to the Department of Commerce

Before You Start Your Weekend

Testing in new locations is one way Zoox AI is able to expand its capabilities — learning different environments, scenarios, and road user’s behaviors. Here's one of Zoox' L3 vehicles autonomously driving to Coit Tower in San Francisco.


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