Similar to a phone’s airplane mode, a 'disaster mode' would help Android devices conserve energy and share information that could improve planning for disaster assistance.
In a joint exercise this week the United States and Honduras will test the performance of GeoSHAPE, a tool that maps emergency service and resources locations during a simulated hurricane.
The railroad service is looking for a dedicated, wireless trackside network that provides a high-capacity, broadband-speed Internet connection between Washington and Boston.
Unisys U-LEAF platform helps investigators quickly document and log evidence and intelligence related to criminal investigations with a single, browser-based interface.
The Federal Aviation Agency is "on cusp of finishing" several key programs that underpin NextGen, its Next Generation Air Transportation System that aims to migrate America's air traffic control system to smarter, satellite-based and digital technologies.
The haptic belt uses tactile feedback to help soldiers navigate in the field and automatically collect data, such as time to each waypoint and accuracy to each waypoint.
With features of Facebook, Twitter and Linked In, the open source site lets State Department employees network, collaborate.
Accela Inc. launched Civic.Data.com, an open data portal that combines information from government sources and public users, giving researchers one place to query cross-jurisdictional data sets.
Trimble announced the availability of MyTopo Terrain Navigator Pro Enterprise (TNPe), a GIS application designed to facilitate collaboration and position sharing in the field.
Brother International introduced two workgroup printers with enterprise-level security and built-in workflow management tools.