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Army researchers have developed a tool that will quickly compute how the wings on vertical-lift aircraft can adjust their shape during flight to optimize performance.
The Defense Information Systems Agency wants to manage spectrum usage scheduling as well as automated interference prevention, detection and resolution.
The Department of Transportation is building an online platform for federal, state and local governments and automated vehicle manufacturers to post data on AV testing activities.
Security researchers are challenged to devise exploits that bypass the novel hardware security protections developed for the System Security Integration Through Hardware and Firmware program.
As House Democrats consider future relief packages tied to the coronavirus outbreak, they're exploring how make the banking system more tech-friendly and expand access to financially distressed groups using digital services.
Researchers have shown that autonomous robots working together can navigate unknown terrain faster than they would individually by giving them a new way to pool and analyze data gathered in real time.
Organizations, eager to limit liability for employees and customers, are considering a variety of emerging technologies for limiting pandemic spread.
While the OmniBallot electronic ballot return feature “represents a severe risk to election security,” MIT researchers said, careful implementation of the system’s ballot delivery and marking solutions can help more voters participate.
The Defense Department has named seven new 5G test sites that will explore augmented reality, wireless connectivity and spectrum sharing.
By focusing on mortality rates among racial and ethnic minorities, Penn State researchers found that the privacy-enhancing data technique caused undercounting in rural areas and overcounting in cities.
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