The six levels of autonomy describe the features that are engaged in any given instance of on-road operation of an equipped vehicle.
By comparing what a vehicle is actually doing to what its software claims it is doing, researchers may be able to detect hack to onboard systems.
As one of the winners of the Federal Aviation Administration's Drone Integration Pilot Program, a Florida county plans to expand its use of drones to control mosquitos.
The Motor Vehicle Division uses a drag-and-drop builder to construct conversational chatbots that guide online users through multiple-step processes.
The high data transmission rates and low latency promised by 5G will provide new opportunities for connected vehicles, automation and augmented and virtual reality systems.
NASA is asking for risk management and decision-making tools that can help it accurately estimate the deaths and injuries caused by a drone that crashes into a populated area.
Blockchain's audit trail, coupled with federal subpoena power, made it possible for investigators to uncover the personal accounts linked to operators of the underground marketplace.
For encryption-cracking solutions and DNA analysis, state and local law enforcement offices are looking for help from federal agencies with deeper pockets and research capabilities.
The winners and their commercial partners will work with the FAA to develop UAS testing zones and build a regulatory framework for unmanned systems operation.
The Nail to Nail challenge aims to create a sensor system that produces a high-quality rolled fingerprint without relying on a trained device operator.
Based on three years of BVLOS research with the Federal Aviation Administration, PrecisionHawk has incorporated the latest tracking and detect-and-avoid technology into its own products.
Users are being tricked into downloading scripts that use their computers to perform the complex mathematical calculations required by distributed-ledger applications.