A public safety team in Richmond, Va., set off on a two-year quest to shorten the time between when alarm companies contact emergency services and when help is dispatched.
The announcement by IBM that it would add Watson-like technologies as a cloud service signals the beginning of a race to build the brainiest cloud.
The Customs and Border Patrol found a low-cost, high-performance way to securely manage access control for temporary detainees using standard PIV cards.
The Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer develops a suite of software tools to bring contracting transparency to the Army Central Command in the Afghanistan.
NASA's PhoneSats will demonstrate how off-the-shelf consumer devices can lead to a new, distributed means of problem-solving in space.
Panasonic unveils the Toughpad 4K UT MB5, a durable tablet with an ultra-high-definition display.
The revamped milConnect website provides a central source for active and retired military personnel and dependents to manage benefits and services.
The Cloud Integration Platform will let enterprises work with public or private cloud services, and non-cloud applications, through a single portal.
A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plan would users of its next generation environmental satellite search across the agency's vast data holdings.
The firm debuts rapidly deployable data center modules that provide more control over infrastructure at lower cost.
The state's IP Next Generation 911 network will not be fully up and running until well beyond the original 18-month timetable, pointing up the need to set realistic goals in pioneering tech programs.
NASA is making terabytes worth of climate and Earth science data available through an Amazon cloud system.