How SAS Is Used in Smart Cities & Communities
Town of Cary
Town of Cary, NC, uses SAS analytics and IoT to predict and manage flood events.
Thanks to our integrated SAS and Microsoft IoT solution, we have reliable data and the tools to easily interpret it. This empowers the town to make the best decisions possible regarding flooding, which, in turn, helps us better protect our citizens. Nicole Raimundo Coughlin Chief Information Officer Town of Cary, NC
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