The transportable, self-contained data centers offer Azure cloud services for disaster response, military missions and other use cases requiring high-intensity, secure computing on Azure.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for unconventional approaches that challenge conventional wisdom and have the potential to radically change established practices.
The Defense Health Agency envisions personnel wearing an unobtrusive device that supports proximity logging and recording in all military environments, including those disconnected from wide-area networks, to guard against coronavirus spread.
The Los Angeles City Fire Department’s new robotic firefighter, the Thermite RS3, was on the job just a day after it arrived.
Researchers have designed a cloud-based framework that uses an internet-of-things messaging protocol for communications among drones, autonomous ground vehicles and responders.
Air Force Civil Engineer Center will deliver 333 new robots and training to every explosive ordnance disposal flight across the Air Force.
Researchers have developed a framework to identify the public health effects of self-driving vehicles.
To help people make informed choices about sharing their data, they need information that accurately sets their expectations about privacy.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for ways autonomous vehicles can make it easier for commanders to detect and track threats among civilians in complex urban environments without escalating tensions.
To help establish a sustainable presence on the Moon, NASA is developing LunaNet, a relay communications and navigation architecture that will make it easier for devices to communicate with each other and with Earth.