Using 5G to automate security operations increases agencies’ adaptability, speed, integration and automation -- all crucial features of efficient, trusted government services delivery.
The Air Force is the latest to call for wearables that monitor biometric data and alert service members if they may be infected.
Developing an early warning system that tracks the emergence and alignment of conspiracy theory narratives could alert researchers – and authorities – to real-world actions people might take based on these narratives.
Smart sensors embedded in concrete enable engineers to monitor the infrastructure and make data-driven decisions about when a road can open while retaining maximum life expectancy.
Initially a way to keep county officials and building developers safe during the pandemic, virtual inspections are saving time and money for local government and businesses.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is looking for information on developing a blockchain-as-a-service offering on Z system mainframes for its mission partners.
With more sophistication than rudimentary social media monitoring, natural language processing can help public health officials better understand the public’s reactions to recommendations on how to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants a COVID sensor that can detect the virus in the air accurately and quickly enough to stop its spread in office buildings or schools.
The three-state demonstration was designed not just to test the technology, but to identify the administrative and procedural friction points as vehicles navigate the different states’ connected and autonomous vehicle policies.
As space becomes more commercialized, the sky is filling with an increasing volume of radio frequency interference, the long-term nemesis of radio astronomers.