The TechNexus accelerator will work with 13 companies to develop their wearable technology for first responders.
NASA is holding a contest to design a smartwatch app for use on the International Space Station.
The Army is looking for a Next Generation Game training solution that will provide various degrees of immersion for small to medium units in a shared environment.
Using their smartphone’s camera and location data, users can tap into CivicAR’s augmented reality data for transit schedules or local events.
Facial recognition is emerging as an authentication method more accurate than passwords – but how do these systems work?
Anticipating launch opportunities for the mini satellites, NASA invites researchers to submit proposals for CubeSat research.
SituMap lets multiple users navigate maps and draw on them while collaborating on a Microsoft Surface table.
The University of Michigan debuts its Mcity test environment -- 32 acres designed specifically to test the potential of driverless vehicles.
The Air Force is looking for a cognitive computing tool to help the acquisition workforce navigate the documents and regulations associated with DOD procurement.
A revised list of "leading edge technologies" for the Alliant 2 contract reflects the General Services Administration's vision for near-future IT.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has contracted for a virtual test bed for its Squad X Core Technologies program.
States increasingly are employing facial recognition software to compare driver’s license or ID photos with other images on file.
When the city’s IT team created a public-facing app for its 911 data, it simultaneously built a more detailed dashboard for officers.
The first HoloLens software development company launched last week, while Microsoft is offering research-and-development grants for its mixed-reality technology.