Mathematically enforced privacy solutions feature built-in privacy preservation that allows agencies to leverage their data more effectively.
Innovation is possible if teams embrace failure, focus on overall intent and tap into the power of diversity.
The Army plans to expand its testbed into the nearby Colorado Springs community with sensor deployment, data integration and the development of AI models and decision dashboards that integrate traffic and weather-related information.
When the IRS procurement office had to insert new telecommunications security language into all its contracts, a bot accomplished in three days what would otherwise have taken a year.
The EXOSENSE program aims to pull biometric, motion, GPS, temperature and imaging data from exoskeleton sensors and integrate it into both the Android Tactical Assault Kit and Net Warrior situational awareness systems.
A wireless device detection system that scans facility airspace 24/7 can help agencies enforce policies and defend against a wide variety of threats, ranging from rogue state actors to employees bringing in their own wireless access points.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Emergency wants insight on evolving technologies that can provide secure priority voice, data and information services across all types of existing networks, under all conditions.
A new self-learning system uses machine learning to improve the coordination of vehicles passing through intersections.
Integrating a city's IT infrastructure with data from social media and smart devices can help improve the detection and mitigation of outbreaks.
Facial recognition technology and the analysis of cell phone location data and social media posts is expanding the reach of law enforcement investigations.