Economic, technology and competitiveness policies must be built on robust and machine-readable data, a new report says.
The Marine Corps want to reorganize its repository of 3D printing designs and technical information into a data vault that makes it easier for the 300+ users to find the designs they need.
The COVID pandemic has brought home the importance of gathering and analyzing society’s collective intelligence and finding new ways to share that combined knowledge as quickly as possible.
The Chemical and Bio-Defense Testbed evaluates cost-effective technologies that can help officials detect and mitigate chemical and biological threats inside an actual subway environment.
The Rapid Analytics for Disaster Response analytics and modeling suite combines artificial intelligence, cloud computing and damage assessment tools to predict path of wildfires and evaluate potential damage.
Open-source software can help city planners understand the links between nature and human wellbeing and evaluate the tradeoffs between development and conservation.
Washington state’s Bluetooth-powered WA Notify app likely prevented about 6,000 cases and may have saved over 100 lives.
Sensors affixed to commercial tugboats and other vessels traveling the Mississippi River will give port operators access to real-time data on water depth, currents and visibility – factors impacting sediment buildups that can impede river navigation.
Researchers at the University of Miami have developed an interactive web application that illustrates how pandemic-related policies affected the movement of people.
The Knowledge Management at Scale and Speed program aims to develop technologies that can give users sufficiently granular and relevant knowledge to help them with current tasks.