The Canadian city of Surrey is the first to use Watson’s natural language-based cognitive computing technology to improve 311 responses.
Boeing launched the seventh of 10 Wideband Global SATCOM satellites, which will provide 17 percent more secure communications bandwidth to the military and partners.
Patients at a rural outdoor health clinic got treatment and a place in history thanks to a program that used drones to deliver medical supplies.
A Code for America incubator alum, Textizen lets users send, receive and analyze text messages to promote citizen action, engagement and behavior change.
SecureVue Auditor License offers a portable software solution for Defense Department IT network audits.
The Department of Defense has recently approved derived public key infrastructure credentials on BlackBerry devices.
SituMap lets multiple users navigate maps and draw on them while collaborating on a Microsoft Surface table.
In an effort to defend against data breaches, the city is investing $3.5 million to develop a firewall that will be operational by the end of the year.
Agency wants to provide mobile access to Standard Reference Data for a wide range of users.
The Navy has a three-step plan to better predict patterns in the rapidly changing Arctic.
root9B will open a $2 million cybersecurity center to provide remote security services to the company’s government and commercial clients.
The Mobile Communications Unit is a satellite-based communications system that could be installed in responder vehicles to give emergency workers wireless capabilities when they are outside of terrestrial network coverage.