Vertical location services can give emergency workers vital situational awareness and help keep them safe when responding to incidents in multistory buildings.
The Army wants to give warfighters access to an artificial intelligence-enhanced medical database they can use to care for fellow service members incapacitated by injury or disease in the field.
Defense Advanced Projects and Research Agency aims to dramatically shorten the process and reduce costs for producing more secure advanced chips.
Three rural North Carolina counties are participating in a pilot program aimed at improving internet access for families of school-age children via the SpaceX Starlink service.
The Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed will allow researchers to optimize the internals of the testbed and experiment with more advanced implementations of quantum operations, Sandia officials said.
Low-code/no-code, commercial off the shelf and custom-developed software all have their strengths, so agencies must select the solution that balances cost, features, time and performance.
Philadelphia is working on an urban mining tool that analyzes data from construction permits and building trends to identify when and where builders can find recycled materials.
After partnering with a local startup, the city has access to two virtual reality training programs that focus infrequent events where large numbers of injured require significant attention.
The Defense Department will be conducting 5G-based telemedicine pilots, experimenting with augmented reality medial training and robotic surgery.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s SocialCyber program aims to use artificial intelligence to create a dynamic situational awareness capability that can preserve the integrity and security of open source software projects.