Intelligence community and government personnel who work with classified or sensitive information often use multiple computers on their desks, each one connected to a separate network based on the security level of the information being accessed.
Mapping and location finding technologies common to every smartphone are making their way to 911 emergency calls, letting first responders know exactly where to go and saving precious time that can be used to save lives.
As we prepare for the next fight, we must demand a strategy to protect our forces from signal detection.
Army officials, who are focused on modernizing the force, welcome industry—especially small businesses—to offer solutions they didn’t know existed and didn’t know they needed.
The next era of satellite communications is upon us in the form of low-earth-orbit constellations aiming to revolutionize personal connectivity, according to satellite experts.
The threats to the U.S. military and the nation are such that additional space-based capabilities must be rapidly fielded.
The seeds of innovation are present and growing. Strong incentives from the government will sustain that momentum, and part of that must include striking a balance between domestic and overseas manufacturing to avoid future shortages of critical solutions.