Ohio’s open road laboratory features high-capacity fiber-optic cables and sensors to communicate with autonomous and connected vehicles.
Although mainstream quantum computing is still years off, agencies are starting to experiment with D-Wave machines for optimization problems.
The state's new Daily Crash Prediction Map calculates the likelihood of collisions occurring in a specific area based on weather, traffic and road conditions.
Experts in the EV community discussed how data can help spur the technology’s adoption at the first-ever Electric Vehicle Datathon.
By outfitting snow and ice removal trucks with automatic vehicle location technology, officials hope to improve safety and save money.
The White House is hosting the first Electric Vehicle Datathon to discuss how data can advance EV adoption.
A national data repository for collecting, storing and analyzing operational and testing data on autonomous vehicles could help regulators and industry quickly spot real and potential issues.
The Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System will attempt to improve wind measurements inside hurricanes.
Sandia National Laboratories and the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity are working together to find ways to equip computers with algorithms that can recognize visual subtleties the human brain can divine in an instant.
Powerful software is solving more crimes and raising new questions about due process.
Urban planners soon may be able create safer cities based on a combination of cellphone data, Google Street View images and machine learning.
The 35 joint venture partners will work with the National Technical Information Service to help federal agencies improve their data access, interoperability, search and services.