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Low-cost drones not only pose a risk to public safety, but they can be instruments of foreign intelligence gathering, experts say.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity suggests that historical performance metrics may help make predictions about a technology's future performance in an objective and quantitative manner.
Rather than trying to reproduce the complex calculations across the environmental factors involved in a flood event, researchers built a program that rapidly predicts the impacts of coastal flooding.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is testing its ChemSigma initiative, a pilot study to provide initial data and insights into how such real-time chemical sensor networks would function.
The Interior Department is testing an autonomous underwater vehicle to help manage oil spills in the Arctic and the Defense Department wants drones to locate and track submarines.
A video walking tour shows the mine where teams honed underground navigation and exploration technologies for unmanned systems.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved key commercial unmanned aircraft projects and expanded drone research and integration programs.
The Department of Energy wants to set up two or more research centers to accelerate development of quantum-based technologies.
The space agency will be conducting a year-long test of its toaster-sized deep space atomic clock, designed to make sure spacecraft can navigate accurately and autonomously on journeys to Mars and beyond.
With new 5G networking equipment on the horizon, quantum-encrypted communications would ensure virtually unhackable transmissions, no matter what vulnerabilities exist in devices.
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