The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency recently awarded Raytheon BBN a contract to research ways to optimize and protect information flow over wide-area networks.
Marines recently conducted the first live-fire training exercises involving augmented reality.
The Department of Transportation is testing programs for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure technology.
The Army recently conducted beta tests of new software that uses avatar-based scenarios to teach counseling techniques for junior leaders.
Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a device that can print with 10 materials at once.
As more unmanned systems take to the air, government missions remain a distinct minority.
In the absence of federal regulations, states are eager to regulate unmanned aerial vehicles, but advocates for the technology say legislatures are overstepping their authority and hamstringing an industry ripe for growth.
The XDet system associates a single block of data with a file and creates reference points within that block as a signature.
The use of mobile technology in field work shows how the stage is being set for wearables in government.
The Air Force wants additional capabilities for live, virtual and constructive training.
The University of Oklahoma worked with Aruba Networks to create an app to help students navigate libraries, exhibits and campus landmarks.
The Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System will allow scientists to measure ocean winds near the inner core of hurricanes -- from space.
Sandia Lab researchers are working on a way to help track data in visual feeds and other real-life security applications that use more than just static images.
Arbitrary-Size Location-Aware Targeting technology is designed to ensure that only those who need to take action receive the warnings.