In Norfolk, Va., researchers use drone video on YouTube, a mobile app and GIS software to analyze regional flooding.
Agencies and contractors can take a page from the Department of Veterans Affairs’ plan to revamp the way it delivers services.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build a gaming and social media platform that will engage a diverse community of creative minds to solve emerging science and technology problems.
While body-worn cameras and predictive policing solutions can improve law enforcement efficiency and transparency, concerns remain around the role of digital devices in solving community policing problems.
With student information systems, learning management systems and data warehouses, education officials can deliver personalized education, improve school efficiency and promote innovation.
A senate subcommittee heard from artificial intelligence experts on the challenges and potential of the technology.
The Innovation and Test Lab will perform technology validation and automated testing in addition to providing a space for collaboration, knowledge sharing and training opportunities.
Although the new policy only applies to certain websites, it aims to better protect government information by making vulnerability reporting easier.
Experts in the EV community discussed how data can help spur the technology’s adoption at the first-ever Electric Vehicle Datathon.
The Defense Logistics Agency may expand its use of DNA marking technology to verify the authenticity of microchips and other electronics in its supply chain.
Topographic maps of Alaska will help researchers studying a range of issues, such as ice loss, glacial changes and surface water flow.
By outfitting snow and ice removal trucks with automatic vehicle location technology, officials hope to improve safety and save money.