Lights and sensors monitoring the structure and environmental conditions around New Hampshire’s Memorial Bridge are powered by underwater turbines.
Sandia National Laboratories and the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity are working together to find ways to equip computers with algorithms that can recognize visual subtleties the human brain can divine in an instant.
Privacy-protected video and geopositioning data from multiple drones can be live-streamed between field agents and command centers.
The EdSim Challenge seeks virtual and augmented reality-based educational experiences that teach academic and technical skills.
A White House initiative to improve economic development in coal communities will fund training for drone operators in southwest Virginia.
The rise of quantum computing is sure to bring new risks, but it also provides an opportunity for greater security.
Residents of Austin, Texas, and the state of Maine are closer to having a digital identity that would allow them to conduct business with the government and other entities.
Evolv Technology is testing its system that speeds scanning by applying artificial intelligence and machine learning.
With VR technology, users can immerse themselves in data and find new insights.
States are exploring the use of piezoelectric sensors for generating electricity, detecting stress on bridges and monitoring pavement conditions.
The General Services Administration has added two new collaboration hubs to its Digital Communities portfolio.
At a recent panel on artificial intelligence, industry experts said the technology is getting mature enough to make an impact.
The second phase of Washington’s PA2040 smart-city project will extend to trash cans, parking, environmental sensing and public safety technology.
A panel of election technology experts point to projects in California and Texas counties that are developing secure, auditable systems.