“When DOD teams try to adopt modern software development practices into their normal business processes, they run into other institutional and cultural roadblocks.”
“When we develop capabilities, we will use the DevSecOps methodology."
Mike Nichols, chief of the COMSATCOM Solutions program, U.S. Space Force, highlighted several of the opportunities.
The U.S. Space Force’s so-called SBIRS GEO-5 infrared surveillance satellite, built by Lockheed Martin, was finished in record time.
A breakthrough in materials could allow humans to control unmanned vehicles and other technologies directly with their brains.
The service’s new initiative looks to make network-related policies and equipment more effective.
Technologies such as 5G, AI and the Internet of Things will coalesce to offer capabilities far beyond their originally anticipated results.
Unmanned systems, virtual reality and wearables all need data.
Artificial intelligence agents defend the Army's network—including other AI technologies—during the Network Modernization Experiment.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency announced the final results of MagQuest, a $2.1 million competition to advance how we measure Earth’s magnetic field.
An industry leader delivered artificial neurons to Sandia National Laboratories to explore how to use neural-inspired computing.
Artificial intelligence systems worked well during the Army Project Convergence exercise. The network and small quadcopters, on the other hand, need some work.
Innovative plans have only accelerated during the pandemic, experts say.
While the use of smartphones is quite common, the world of identity management has yet to fully harness mobile technologies.
“The whole CARES Act presented this amazing magnet for fraudsters, honestly."--Gay Gilbert, administrator, Office of Unemployment Insurance, Department of Labor
Technology pool must grow to meet national security needs.
The Air Force’s Agility Prime program conducts first demonstration of electric vertical takeoff and landing, or eVTOL, aircraft.
Artificial intelligence could eventually take over planning for primary, alternate, contingency and emergency communications for the U.S. Army.
Army sources largely like what they see during manned-unmanned teaming operational experiments at Ft. Carson, Colorado.
AI, space and biotechnology are just some of the areas that will be the focus of increased research by DARPA.