Experts say the optic-based technology is ready, and they are turning their efforts to commercialization.
For the first time, two winners tie in innovation competition.
A one-step approach to fabricating complex origami structures could offer many benefits, including improved biomedical devices and equipment used in space exploration.
Unmanned aquatic vehicles with explosives-related capabilities could help combat littoral mine threats, Aquabotix says.
New offerings include advanced rocket design, fuel cell power, more efficient robots, unmanned cargo systems and other aerospace solutions.
The Marine Corps is looking to the industry to provide cybersecurity, radio, handheld, network, advanced waveforms and other capabilities for warfighters.
AI and machine learning technology can identify users by how they use their keyboard and mouse.
The service is evaluating the manportable weapon as an important counter measure against unmanned aerial vehicles.
New standard for encoding biometric information set for approval in 2019.
The RESTORE Lab and the Undersea Communications and Integration Program Office repaired a failing U.S. Air Force antenna using a process that took about six months.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks to quickly transform artificial intelligence systems from specialized tools into problem-solving partners.
The modular, air-launched missile upgraded with electronic warfare capabilities completed a flight demonstration this week, DOD reports.
A space-based global mesh network will benefit adversaries, too.
The integrated tactical network helps warfighters address emerging threats.
Tactical jammers are getting an upgrade to defend against emerging threats.
“This is all about doing two things incredibly well: we’ve got to move at a lot faster pace and then do this at scale.”–Dana Deasy, DOD CIO, on the creation of a Joint Artificial Intelligence Center
The advance could open up the field of soft robotics at much smaller sizes.
The R&D facility, headed for MIT's Kendall Square, seeks to accelerate the development of future mobility solutions.
Software developed by CERDEC allows for increased collaboration between commanders, staff and soldiers on the move.
The Army’s research center is sending expeditionary C4ISR capabilities out to the battlefield.