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.
Juggling priorities, the nation’s tax collection agency is considering how to incorporate big data analytics, cloud and automation, among other information technology innovations.
Evolving capabilities likely to affect several government and business sectors in the near future.
Air Force CyberWorx sponsoring hackathon to find physical fitness and data access tool software.
The federal government is working to increase patient access to digital health information.
The Navy takes a look at what small surface robots can do in the water.
The Army may initiate a network modernization grand challenge competition.
The latest AFCEA shark tank competition qualifier offers technology that warns companies before an employee becomes an insider threat.
The latest program from the U.S. space agency will study the connection between Earth and space weather.
The technology has the potential to alter how the Defense Department services ailing satellites, researchers say.