Las Vegas is hard at work on an open and adaptable public safety platform to pull in data from many sources for "collective analysis.” The city’s dedication to public safety also extends to traffic and pedestrian safety. They have three pilot projects underway using video analytics to identify potential problems.
Las Vegas will leverage the Council's coaching and assistance to make its infrastructure smarter, towards its goal of becoming a fully connected smart city by 2025.
“Las Vegas is a leader when it comes to innovation and we thank the Smart City Council for this honor,” Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman said. “The city will utilize the mentoring, workshops, products and services provided in this grant to continue to be a testing ground for new technologies that improve safety and livability for our residents and visitors.”