HHS's Project Boundary uses an indoor ecosystem of proximity beacons that send context-appropriate triggers to users via their cellphones to encourage healthy behaviors within the workplace.
This summer, NOAA's Coast Survey office plans to offer a new service that will make it easier for application developers to use NOAA charts in their products.
The Federal Communications Commission wants to ensure efforts now underway to redesign hundreds of legacy systems will support data mobility.
Panasonic announced two fully rugged, 5-inch enterprise-class handheld tablets for mobile professionals.
HP announced mobile devices and virtual workstation technology the company says meet the demands of its government customers.
4G LTE infrastructure is part of a new collection of advanced commercial technologies, including first responder capabilities and Wi-Fi for command posts tested at this spring's Network Integration Evaluation.
Proprietary and open source forensic tools are helping law enforcement extract evidence from mobile devices and even recover data that has been deleted.
Smartphones provide a wealth of evidence for forensics investigators, but the escalating number and variety of mobile devices coupled with a growing case backlog has put digital forensics development to the test.
The demands of security and connectivity are the two major challenges confronting agencies as they roll out mobile networks, government IT executives say.
There are tools and techniques law enforcement can use to get data from a smartphone, but the question of when police can search a phone remains to be decided.
The railroad service is looking for a dedicated, wireless trackside network that provides a high-capacity, broadband-speed Internet connection between Washington and Boston.
The highway department in Cheektowaga, N.Y., uses cloud-based mobile management tools created by Xora for GPS tracking and vehicle trip auditing, mileage management and more.