“Field-responsive mechanical metamaterials” change properties under magnetic fields.
The digital criminal underground is becoming stronger as hackers start to collaborate.
Robots, coupled with artificial intelligence, machine learning and other developing capabilities such as the Internet of Things (IoT), are among the latest technologies to offer the promise of labor-saving capabilities, improved efficiency in manufacturing, better precision in the medical field and enhanced capabilities in national security, to name just a few applications.
Robots that will equip the future U.S. Army will progress through an environment leading to full autonomy as equal partners with soldiers on the battlefield, if the ARL has its way.
When it comes to giving back to the community, AFCEA members excel in supporting STEM education.
I would like to use this final column as a summary and a reminder of what I believe is coming with technology and with some social issues.
The U.S. military may manufacture combat parts and supplies on the battlefield using robots made of molecules all working together as part of a molecular factory.
There's a large gap between robots’ locomotion and their ability to handle and move objects in their environment, and programs at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory are examining how to close this capability gap.
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s (NRL’s) work on its Meso-scale Robotic Locomotion Initiative, known as MERLIN, is advancing, reports NRL roboticist Glen Henshaw.
University engineering students across the country are plying their skills to address challenges for disabled veterans suffering from the loss of physical capabilities.
A research team may one day cover robots and prosthetic devices with nanotechnology skin to provide them with a sense of touch far superior to humans.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science are examining how to create systems that can perform autonomously underwater and provide a clearer view of the subsurface environment.
The novelty of a robot joining warfighters on the battlefield has worn off, and the U.S. Marines are settling in to make their use of autonomous systems more effective.
The current process for mission command modernization is not keeping pace with technology, which will dramatically impact the future battlefield.
This year, the winner of the AFCEA David Sarnoff Award is Adm. Michael S. Rogers, USN (Ret.), who served in many roles that align with AFCEA’s mission, including as the director of the U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency.
The latest round of the association’s innovation competition selects Xona Systems’ cybersecurity solutions for critical infrastructure.
LCS-11, the USS Sioux City, boasts a lethal and flexible configuration to combat against asymmetrical threats.
Small businesses will be invited to submit their best solutions to the U.S. Air Force for the opportunity to participate in pitch sessions scheduled for March 6-7, 2019.
Across the vast Indo-Pacific region, all roads lead to cyber, according to a panel of U.S. and foreign military and civilian experts.
Technologies need to be less centralized and people need to be more informed if the Indo-Pacific region is to improve its cybersecurity, according to a panel of experts.