Marine Corps Air Station Miramar will test the technology for energy communications, connected vehicles, drones and perimeter security.
Columbus, Ohio, is driving its Smart City Challenge transportation projects forward, and transit officials in Nashville, Tenn., and across Arizona are integrating and analyzing traffic data, advancing connected vehicle infrastructure and supporting needs of local residents.
The Army Research Laboratory is working on bi-directional conversational technology that will make it easier for soldiers to team with autonomous systems.
To help developers improve the accuracy of facial recognition systems on people wearing masks, the National Institute of Standards and Technology published evaluation data on 89 commercial algorithms developed before the pandemic.
The COVID-19 Insights Partnership creates a framework for the Departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs to take advantage of the high performance computing and artificial intelligence resources at the Department of Energy to conduct cutting-edge COVID-19 research.
The Department of Homeland Security is testing counter-drone systems near agency facilities and ports, according to a recently released privacy impact assessment.
National Institute of Standards and Technology has selected a final group of 15 algorithms that will form the core of the first post-quantum cryptography standard.
Once the right technology, infrastructure and people are in place, agencies can begin harnessing their data to create significant value.
A new report identifies the scientific applications, priority research directions and key milestones that must be achieved to design and construct “the ultimate in secure communications.”
Since the system went live April 1, it has contributed to more than 30 interceptions and arrests of suspects in crimes such as car, license plate and trailer thefts and even the recovery of a runaway.