The DOD research agency wants to develop techniques for seeing more deeply into today’s opaque networks to more effectively combat advanced persistent threats.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is expected to launch a research effort to strengthen the resilience and security of military wide-area networks.
Although 5G technology is still at a nascent stage of development, citizens and government will soon demand it to power a real-time connected world.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced a new Defense Innovation Initiative that will identify and develop advanced technologies, ensuring that the United States has a competitive technological advantage.
When the Large Hadron Collider comes back online in spring 2015, ESnet will be ready to handle the vastly increased data load.
Sensor networks, artificial intelligence and building simulators are helping agencies lower energy consumption and costs.
NASA, industry and university researches race to find air traffic control systems best suited to managing unmanned vehicles in domestic airspace.
Federal Aviation Administration announced that the agency and the aviation community have agreed on a plan that accelerates the delivery of key NextGen technologies over the next three years.
Autonomous vehicles will learn to navigate the complexities of urban and suburban driving in two recently established off-road cities.
Directors of the Department of Energy’s national labs system joined Senate leaders to raise awareness of the labs’ accomplishments in high performance computing, energy innovation.
The General Services Administration announced a list of nine technologies it will evaluate as part of its 2014 Green Proving Ground program to develop energy saving systems for federal buildings.
The Postal Service explores how best to interconnect postal operations with the future Internet of Things, when the network can spot delays before the customer does.