The U.S. Agency for International Development challenged global innovators to develop cutting-edge solutions to combat Zika, and a number of IT-based nominations will be funded.
The Rapidly Deployable Public Safety Research Platform allows first responders to communicate in areas where a nationwide communications network might not be available.
Magic Carpet software is designed to reduce stress on Navy pilots by simplifying aircraft carrier landings.
The Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate is reinvesting in its EMERGE program to tap the start-up technology community for innovative gear for first responders.
The U.S. Marshals Service is auctioning cryptocurrency seized in various federal cases.
Researchers propose a cloud resource management architecture that makes it easier to transmit video in disaster situations.
The Pentagon’s Defense to Response Technology Program is looking for DOD-funded technologies that can be used to enhance public safety and homeland security.
Virtual reality advocates held an Aug. 3 event on Capitol Hill to encourage broader backing for VR technologies.
Developed by University of Florida researchers, CryptoDrop can halt a process that appears to be tampering with a large amount of the user’s data.
A new report on the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency explains how it has continued to deliver innovative solutions.
This year’s Cyber Grand Challenge will be the first all-computer hacking tournament where machines will try to find and fix bugs in real time.
Software developed by Duke University researchers lets users of camera-equipped devices specify what others can see, preventing inadvertent disclosure of restricted information.
By assembling historical imagery and data, GIS specialists will be able to run time-series analyses of changes in vegetation, land use/land cover changes and land surface temperatures.
With a smart gun challenge and draft baseline specifications on securing service pistols, the National Institute of Justice wants to find technologies could be used to help secure federal law officers' handguns.