NASA's simulations are helping the agency understand what a future drone traffic management system will look like.
Greater government support for quantum computing research will help ensure the U.S. does not fall behind in the revolutionary technology.
Looking 25 years into the future, DOD's domain-agnostic approach focuses on interoperability, autonomy, network security and human-machine collaboration.
Multiple lasers will be shot through a series of mirrors to create a single, larger laser beam that targets a photovoltaic cell on a drone.
To better train military inspectors general, the Army wants role-playing simulations that will enhance investigative skills in whistleblower reprisal inquiries.
Automated drone authorizations, remote identification and dynamic airspace management are essential for integrating unmanned systems into the national airspace.
The Army is developing a way to generate electricity for drones by beaming a laser onto a photovoltaic cell.
The Q-RAND random-number generator takes advantage of the unpredictable behavior of subatomic particles and can be inexpensively embedded in electronic devices like USB sticks.
The latest on government legislation, pilot projects and research to advance distributed ledger technology.
The National Science Foundation is investing millions in research to build a practical quantum computer.