The latest technology transfer report highlights technologies that have come out of the nation’s space program and entered Earth-based markets.
A quick sampling of recent advances shows that the pace of innovation is picking up steam.
Many mobile apps transmit user identifiers, locations and passwords without providing any obvious benefit to the user.
Despite the low energy of Wi-Fi signals, they can be used to effectively penetrate concrete to detect human movement and to map spaces and objects inside buildings.
A team from Harvard Medical School is applying machine learning models to U.S. Army personnel datasets to predict violent behavior.
To expand the number of connected cars, researchers are developing middleware that uses Wi-Fi and LTE cellular services to enable vehicle communications.
Hive learning networks will bring students, informal educators and technologists together in five cities with gigabit Internet service.
The Department of Transportation is hoping to change drivers’ bad habits with a game-based platform to encourage consumers to drive more safely.
The XDet system associates a single block of data with a file and creates reference points within that block as a signature.
Arbitrary-Size Location-Aware Targeting technology is designed to ensure that only those who need to take action receive the warnings.