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How Smart Cities Use Tech to Be Cleaner and Safer | TechNet Thanks Veterans
Technology can transform U.S. cities into smart cities that are safer, cleaner, and more efficient. For example, a connected city can help focus police efforts and streamline how residents pay for things. Plus, take a look at how smart airports mean smoother travel experiences - thanks to technology.
In addition, this past Monday for Veterans Day, TechNet President and CEO Linda Moore authored a blog post thanking our country's veterans and outlining several ways the technology industry and federal lawmakers can help veterans secure jobs.
What we're reading
Let's Talk Sensors: Why Flexibility and Scalability Matters to a Smart City Plan | Signify
Fuel Cells Can Decarbonize California's Buildings (While Keeping the Lights On) | Bloom Energy
Can You Pay With It Now? | Visa
Three Ways Smarter Airports Mean Better Travel | Honeywell
What we're watching
What we're saying
More Must Be Done to Help Our Nation's Veterans Secure Jobs | Blog by TechNet President & CEO Linda Moore | TECHtalk Blog
Tyler Diers Joins TechNet as Midwest Executive Director
Updates from TechNet's 2019 State Policy Conference
Tech Rallies Around Dreamers Amid SCOTUS Case | Politico Morning Tech
Trading Places | Axios Login
@Mentions | Washington Post Technology 202
Transitions | Politico Morning Tech
Job Changes | Politico Playbook Illinois
Before you start your weekend
Technology is enabling us to find new ways to connect and create solutions in every industry, including in health care. This week, Apple announced you can now use your phone or wearable to contribute to medical research in heart and movement, hearing, and women's health.