Wastewater-based epidemiology offers an early warning signal that the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is present in a community.
Census Bureau leaders have claimed that 99.98% of U.S. households were accounted for. But experts, including a former Census Bureau director and a number of leading researchers, have pointed out that “accounted for” is not the same as “counted” and that the 99.98% figure means little until the bureau releases more information about its data quality.
By collecting mobile device unique identifiers and locations anonymously on private Wi-Fi networks, the contact tracing platform can monitor potential COVID exposure and spread.
Social network analysis could help prosecutors in criminal courts make sense of huge amounts of digital evidence, collected both online and from devices offline.
Unemployment insurance determinations that rely on identity verification, automation and timely data puts extra defenses in place against potential overpayments without sacrificing service.
Using a new transfer learning approach, researchers were able to analyze traffic data from the San Francisco region and forecast traffic flow in the Los Angeles region and vice versa.
Google’s Tree Canopy Lab uses aerial imagery, 3D digital surface models and artificial intelligence to estimate and map the density of tree canopy cover and support decision-making related to air quality and heat island risk.
Vantage’s data integration and management capabilities are coupled with visual tools to help users develop, deploy and operationalize analysis for operational and tactical planning.
The Air Force’s Visible, Accessible, Understandable, Linked and Trustworthy platform gives personnel secure, cloud-based tools for connecting with data that is essential to mission and readiness success.
HALO facilitates sharing medical data about wounded soldiers in real time, facilitating treatment from the point of injury through field hospitals and other facilities.