The MTA is testing collision-avoidance and turn-warning systems to see if citywide deployment makes sense.
A report on the future of 3D printing, shipping and supply chains urges USPS to carve out a new niche.
A flexible and wearable patch, the BioStampRC monitors performance and body signatures from electrocardiogram to temperature.
NASA will be testing its Traffic Aware Planner software that reads the plane's current position, altitude, flight route and other information then looks for changes that can save time and fuel.
With DHS funding, Waverly Labs is developing a software-defined perimeter that would open up the firewall only when it gets single packet authorization from the network client.
The $3.1 million project will put 500 sensor arrays on street light poles throughout the city.
The Department of Transportation is testing programs for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure technology.
Marines recently conducted the first live-fire training exercises involving augmented reality.
Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a device that can print with 10 materials at once.
As more unmanned systems take to the air, government missions remain a distinct minority.
In the absence of federal regulations, states are eager to regulate unmanned aerial vehicles, but advocates for the technology say legislatures are overstepping their authority and hamstringing an industry ripe for growth.
The use of mobile technology in field work shows how the stage is being set for wearables in government.