The Integrated Visual Augmentation System looks like a pair of heavy-duty goggles, but it is a single platform that can run augmented reality training, individual performance assessment and biometric applications.
The Defense Department inspector general found that contractors were not consistently adhering to DOD's cybersecurity standards.
Purdue researchers have developed a smartphone app that allows users to easily program a robot's task.
Employees and contractors must learn to keep their agencies’ data safe and protect themselves from becoming virtual puppets of enterprising hackers.
Lawmakers and program managers are taking different approaches to improve the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
The nationwide wireless public-safety network is expected to be nearly three-quarters finished by year's end.
The company plans to expand its use of unmanned aircraft to make deliveries to hospitals and other campus settings.
The Army Research Laboratory is studying how smart cities’ connected infrastructure could boost military networking capabilities in dense urban environments.
Federal legislators should turn to cloud-based email, common infrastructure, robust Wi-Fi and innovative contracting to modernize their aging IT systems.
The technology allows infantry squads to tap into networked sensors, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems to make better decisions in complex, time-critical combat situations.
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