The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency aims to reduce the size of traditional, bulky telescoping devices by transferring their light-catching powers to flat, inexpensive, saucer-sized semiconductors.
An engineer with the Army Research Lab is developing software to help robots right themselves when they fall over.
Soldiers may soon be able to use several autonomous robots for beyond-line-of-sight communications and targeting.
Lt. Gen. William Bender describes ways his service can become more IT efficient.
The Department of Defense announced its 2015 Chief Information Officer Award for Cyber and IT Excellence winners.
Through a recently issued broad agency announcement, the Air Force is seeking to address kill chain integration and full spectrum awareness of emerging threats.
The Department of Defense is continuing to build out the Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment to replace its legacy reporting system.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency aims to provide a deeper understanding of system component interactions and a unified view of system behaviors.
The Army’s Joint Enterprise Network Manager is supporting radios on the Navy’s next-gen satellite communications system.
Researchers at the Army Research Lab are developing methods for using EEGs to improve soldiers’ performance.
A passive optical LAN recently installed at Fort Campbell by Tellabs boosted savings, energy efficiency and security.
When the Defense Information Systems Agency used its experience with complex IT contracts to help FirstNet with its initial contract, it got lessons in spectrum management in return.