Researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center are using sensor data and satellite information for situational wildfire surveillance.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a way to harvest power from Wi-Fi signals and use that power to communicate with standard Wi-Fi routers.
The Postal Service explores how best to interconnect postal operations with the future Internet of Things, when the network can spot delays before the customer does.
The University of Maryland has launched an unmanned aircraft systems test site in southern Maryland that will bring together leaders in academia, industry and government to accelerate UAS research.
Georgia Tech’s Encore automates the process of monitoring web censorship using a single line of code.
Morgan County, Ohio, launched an emergency 911 system incorporating new standards for transmitting emergency calls over a wide range of IP formats.
The Digital Democracy site will not only feature a searchable video database of state legislative committee meetings and hearings but transcripts of what was said.
Georgia Tech's Rotorcraft Center of Excellence is developing guidance technologies to allow unmanned aerial vehicles to fly more efficiently and safely.
DARPA researchers aim to develop 'neuroprosthetics,' implantable wireless interfaces to help restore memory to victims of traumatic brain injury.
Because of its cooling power, the HP Apollo 8000 can pack more servers in a smaller space than traditional systems – up to 144 servers per rack.
Federal installations and universities are test beds for implementing autonomous vehicles in public environments.
A Web-based dashboard developed by a Carnegie Mellon University team shows that energy may be used more efficiently when end users are handed control.
Despite the controversy it sparks, artificial intelligence is no longer an exotic rarity that only thrives in research labs and ivory towers; instead, AI applications are becoming mainstream in the public and private sectors.
DARPA demos an all-silicon, microchip-sized transmitter that sets the stage for wireless communications to multiple systems from a single chip.