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Computer sensors that monitor temperature, voltage levels and power consumption can quickly detect the power surges that indicate ransomware has started encrypting files.
The quality assurance technique uncovers coding errors and security loopholes during software vulnerability testing and assurance processes.
Drones that monitor social distance, scan crowds and test temperatures worry the public, civil liberties advocates and some in the drone industry.
Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate has developed a predictive modeling tool that shows how fast SARS-CoV-2 will decay on hard surfaces under a range of temperature and humidity conditions.
Fueled by artificial intelligence, big data and the internet of things, 5G networks will support a global sensor network that can identify multi-dimensional attack vectors and instantly spot discrepancies.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office describes how federal law enforcement agencies analyze fingerprint, photo and DNA evidence in criminal investigations.
While 3D printers can mitigate some supply chain problems, they are often poorly suited to large-scale production.
With a digital twin of a ship, the Navy can conduct shipboard repairs and maintenance while at sea, ensuring the readiness of combat systems without the need to dock.
To supplement the thousands of frontline public health workers required for contact tracing, some governments are considering an smartphone-based approach.
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