The CitySync license plate RaaS solution lets governments access the recognition engine with any camera and store data in the cloud.
Employee IDs cards are incorporating some relatively mature technologies that increase the level of interaction and tracking potential.
Researchers at the University of Denver's Unmanned Systems Research Institute have developed 'sense and avoid' technology for unmanned aerial vehicles – a phased-array radar system that weighs only 12 ounces.
The public website lets users share, download and edit biomedical 3D print files that can be used to print custom laboratory equipment or models of bacteria and human anatomy.
GenieMD, one of three winners of IBM's Watson Mobile Developer Challenge, aims to tap the supercomputer to provide sophisticated analysis and information to health care queries.
The Army’s Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System successfully completed the latest round of tests validating the concept of driverless military-truck convoys.
Plan X's 3D touch table and Oculus Rift will help military planners assess the cyber battlefield.
The Federal Aviation Administration gave a green light to the first commercial operation of an unmanned aircraft system over land, and granted Nevada authority to operate a UAS test site.
Similar to a phone’s airplane mode, a 'disaster mode' would help Android devices conserve energy and share information that could improve planning for disaster assistance.
The viewer visualizes data on projected changes in snowpack, soil moisture, runoff and evaporative deficit for U.S. states and counties.
The attributes of precision, repetition and scale make robots ideal for tackling one of the country's biggest economic challenges: maintaining the deteriorating infrastructure of the U.S. highway system.
As robots have gotten more sophisticated and their costs have dropped, they are now taking on new roles in the broader civilian government workspace.
Although robots are not yet "smart," a new breed is emerging that can reach out and manipulate its environment in routines so precise and synchronized that a form of electronic intelligence seems to be at work.
The all-day event showcased the wide array of DARPA projects addressing national security challenges posed by the information revolution and the availability of sophisticated information technologies.