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.
The Air Force wants additional capabilities for live, virtual and constructive training.
The University of Oklahoma worked with Aruba Networks to create an app to help students navigate libraries, exhibits and campus landmarks.
Sandia Lab researchers are working on a way to help track data in visual feeds and other real-life security applications that use more than just static images.
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.
Facial recognition is emerging as an authentication method more accurate than passwords – but how do these systems work?
The University of Michigan debuts its Mcity test environment -- 32 acres designed specifically to test the potential of driverless vehicles.
A revised list of "leading edge technologies" for the Alliant 2 contract reflects the General Services Administration's vision for near-future IT.