EMERGING TECHNOLOGY,GOVERNMENT BUSINESS
Tyler Technologies | September 17, 2022
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) is proud to announce that its NIC subsidiary’s state partners swept the 2022 Overall State Experience category, while several other NIC state partners won awards in the 2022 County and State Project Experience categories.
The Government Experience Awards recognize the innovation of states, cities, and counties that excel at creating valuable online government services and applications. The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and sets the standard for measuring best practices in state and local government.
The Overall Experience category encompasses the entire experience of government and the provision of digital services across multiple channels. In the Overall State Experience category, NIC partner states swept the top five. Maryland took first place, Utah took second place, and Mississippi, Indiana, Louisiana, and Vermont rounded out third, fourth, and fifth. Among this category’s finalists were five NIC partner states: Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, Oklahoma, and Oregon.
For Maryland, this is the state’s second time taking the coveted top spot and the fifth consecutive year in the top three. In fact, NIC states remain prominent in this category year over year. In the last eight years, Maryland has placed in the top five category six times, while Utah, Mississippi, and Indiana have placed seven times.
“We appreciate our longtime partners in the state of Maryland and congratulate the state on their exciting and well-deserved achievement, We look forward to continued collaboration with the Maryland Department of Information Technology and our state partners to deliver more innovative business and resident-centric digital government experiences.”
-Nancy Schmid, general manager of NIC Maryland.
In addition to the Overall Experience category, Project Experience awards have a single focus area and can include more than one interaction channel. NIC partner states were also awarded in the County and State Project Experience categories. Colorado, Hawaii, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin were honored for their county or state-related projects, developed in partnership with NIC:
City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii’s HNLDOC Records Collection Web Site
Colorado’s Colorado.gov Portal Website Redesign
New Jersey State Police’s Firearms App and Registration System (FARS)
Rhode Island’s Enterprise Content Management System (eCMS)
Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s eMV PARTNER Plate and Sticker Auto-ordering
“Tyler and NIC are proud to partner with each of these fifteen states in continuing to improve government experience and eliminate boundaries around service delivery, It is an honor to be recognized annually, along with our state partners.”
-Elizabeth Proudfit, president of NIC.
About Tyler Technologies and NIC:
Acquired by Tyler Technologies (NYSE: TYL) on April 21, 2021, NIC is a leader in digital government solutions and payments, partnering with government to deliver user-friendly digital services that make it easier and more efficient to interact with government. NIC and Tyler are united in their mission to empower public sector entities to operate more efficiently and connect more transparently with their constituents and with each other. Tyler has more than 37,000 successful installations across more than 12,000 locations, with clients in all 50 states, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, and other international locations.
Hayden AI Technologies | July 01, 2022
Hayden AI Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of smart traffic enforcement solutions powered by artificial intelligence, has been awarded a patent for technology that automatically manages and analyzes traffic rules for violation enforcement and enables data-informed operational improvements for government agencies. The patent was awarded on May 3, 2022 and is labeled U.S. Patent number 11,322,017 B1.
The new patented technology facilitates the management of complex traffic rules using a traffic enforcement layer situated on top of a semantic map layer. The map layer, which consists of street elements such as intersections and stop signs, is continuously updated with data captured by Hayden AI edge devices already installed on municipal vehicles for automated enforcement. The enforcement layer consists of traffic rules that can be adjusted directly by the user or automatically via a traffic insight layer, which is generated based on traffic violations and traffic conditions. By analyzing the impact of traffic rules, the insight layer also provides suggestions for adjustments.
We devised this method because defining and managing traffic rules digitally hasn't been done successfully before. Our pilot programs consistently show that using AI to manage traffic rules is significantly more efficient and flexible than the traditional logic-based approach. We've also built in mechanisms that enable municipalities to gauge the effectiveness of particular traffic rules or lane restrictions in reducing traffic congestion as well as keeping buses on schedule."
Bo Shen, CTO and Co-Founder of Hayden AI
In addition to using artificial intelligence to automatically learn and manage traffic rules, the new system allows municipalities to directly update these rules via an interactive map editor. Government entities can also import raw traffic rule data from a transportation department database and generate a heat map of traffic violations detected by edge devices to update the insight layer.
By providing several methods to add and modify enforcement rules, the system helps government entities to update ineffective restrictions and ensure that enforcement results in a reduction in traffic congestion and crashes and an improvement in travel times and safety.
About Hayden AI
Hayden AI is pioneering smart traffic enforcement with its mobile platform to increase the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of municipal fleet vehicles. Our platform allows government agencies to enforce traffic laws, while harnessing AIoT data to gain actionable insights that help enhance the quality of life of their communities. Developed by a team of experts in machine learning, data science, transportation, and government technology, our flagship product, Automated Bus Lane Enforcement, enforces dedicated bus lanes, delivery zones, and intersections to reduce traffic congestion, improve bus speeds, and increase transit ridership.
ALEUT | September 07, 2022
Aleut Information Technology, LLC (Aleut) was awarded a contract by the U.S. Air Force to provide maintenance, development, and support service for its existing Open Architecture Distributed Common Ground System (OA/DCGS) and Forward Processing Exploitation and Dissemination (FPED) platform – the United States' primary visual data aggregator for military intelligence.
"We want to help analysts provide better output to their agencies, We know how critical it is that information be processed and distributed efficiently and accurately. Aleut will continue to generate software updates at a quick cadence, adding capabilities that improve the functionality of the platform, and empower operators."
-Aleut Federal's Vice President of Technology Services, Geoff Vaughan.
FPED is a platform which takes a broad range of data including video, geospatial intelligence, photographs, and more, collected by aircraft in the field and exploits the data using subject matter experts located across the globe. Those experts then take the imagery and identify items of interest (e.g., weapons, vehicles, and troops). The annotated files are then disseminated to subsystems operated by external government agencies such as the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, who use it to generate intelligence reports on the status of the regions.
Under the newly awarded contract, Aleut will continue to support various sites within the FPED network to perform software and hardware updates and training, working with operators to learn what features and functionality options they'd like to see in future updates. Aleut uses human centered design principles to research requirements and make User Experience (UX) improvement recommendations for government approval.
This contract has a potential duration of three years – including one, one-year base period and two, one-year options. Aleut will partner with the incumbent, MetroStar. Aleut is proud to retain the original subcontractors and key members of the original project team, ensuring a seamless transition.
Formed in 2016, Aleut is a Small Business Administration certified 8(a) program participant, and Small Disadvantaged Business providing proven capabilities in the IT sector including, infrastructure and communications.
Aleut Information Technology, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aleut Federal, LLC, a holding company for federal subsidiaries of The Aleut Corporation (TAC). TAC was one of 13 original Alaska Native Corporations established under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, passed by the U.S. Congress in 1971.
GovPilot | September 08, 2022
GovPilot, a provider of modern cloud-based government management software specifically designed for municipal and county governments has successfully migrated its platform to Azure, Microsoft’s cloud platform.
The migration affords GovPilot and its local government customers with significant benefits including access to the latest Microsoft cloud technology and security which is already trusted by the Department of Defense, the Intelligence community, and 95% of Fortune 500 companies.
GovPilot’s Azure adoption comes at a time when local governments are increasingly the target of coordinated cyber attacks and malicious ransomware code which have disrupted operations and services, jeopardized data, and caused significant financial damage to local governments across the country. According to the FBI, local governments accounted for the second-highest victimized group in 2021, trailing only the academic sector as ransomware gangs’ favorite target.
“Local governments in the U.S. have often operated with a mix of paper-based processes, spreadsheets, single-use software, and older on-site server based systems. Not only is this inefficient but it is expensive to maintain and presents a significant cyber risk for local government administrators and their constituents, As a unified cloud-based government management platform, GovPilot aims to be the operating system for local government. This implementation provides our customers with best-in-class availability, reliability, and cyber resilience. GovPilot’s mission is to empower local governments to better serve their constituents and operate efficiently. Our implementation of Microsoft’s Azure Cloud is a major part of living up to and delivering on that mission.”
-Michael Bonner Founder and CEO,GovPilot.
With the Azure migration, GovPilot and its customers will realize significant benefits including:
Enhanced Security: The GovPilot platform is secured with the latest Microsoft technology.
Data Protection: All data is encrypted, and backed-up in multiple locations.
Scalability & Performance: Azure provides limitless room to grow, all while preserving performance.
Business Continuity: GovPilot enables users to access the platform 24/7 from anywhere. Azure allows for rapid restoration of services in the event of natural disaster or other catastrophe.
“By implementing the Microsoft Azure Cloud - trusted by 95% of Fortune 500 companies and U.S government agencies - GovPilot has made a serious commitment to security. Given the current threat environment, our customers and prospective customers in local government will benefit enormously from the technology provided by Azure.”
-Robin Smith, GovPilot’s Chief Operating Officer.
GovPilot - named a GovTech 100 company for five consecutive years - is the leader in digital transformation for local governments. GovPilot's cloud-based platform was built with the sole purpose of enabling local governments to operate at their full potential by standardizing, digitizing, and unifying more than 100 operational and constituent service processes on one operating system.