The Department of Energy and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are working to advance high performance computing.
The military IT agency’s cloud-based personal file storage service will give warfighters more flexibility, officials say.
The Stryker Virtual Trainer provides the Army’s Stryker community the capability to train a platoon in a multi-vehicle, virtual environment.
The service wants to get out of the hardware business, to a certain extent, when it comes it the enterprise portion of its network.
The last two finalists gear up for the ultimate competition on April 22.
DARPA's Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) will end later this year with a competition between the remaining teams from the U.S., Europe and Asia vying for a $2 million prize.
“Imagine a world in which we can develop a new therapeutic to an emerging threat or disease in a matter of days instead of the six, 12 or 24 months that it takes today.”
If you see an autonomous tank driving across a plain toward troops, in some sense, does it matter if it’s driven by a human or computer?
Companies are working to clear the fog to aid more federal government use of the cloud.
Defense IT leaders tell House subcommittee that while progress is being made, challenges remain.
The Artificial Intelligence Colloquium is designed to bring together researchers from across the DOD, industry and academia with the broader military community seeking to use AI technologies.
Information is the common denominator for advanced technologies.
The system will leverage a mobile platform, commercial cloud, AI and other new technologies.
The tactical network has to fit the bill of being more expeditionary to succeed in a contested environment.
The British Army is exploring how virtual reality can be integrated into soldier training.
Exercise demonstrates concrete 3D printing in an operational environment.
The groundbreaking, compactable antenna from DARPA will offer greater radio communication capabilities on a smaller satellite.
Experts agree on a variety of strategies that pay off for organizations seeking data protection and storage expansion.
Addison, the electronic caregiver, offers medication and care management, and emergency response services.
Researchers have created an online wargame to study big data related to nuclear proliferation.