MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, California ? It?s 2:00 a.m. on the Camp Pendleton coastline. Along the pitch-black rigid waters, an unknown object sends a signal to a Marine monitoring the shores with the lattice modular heli-drone security system. With the lift of a finger and press of a button, a drone is deployed to investigate, relay back crystal-clear footage and provide images that reveal a smuggling vessel slithering its way through our waters.
site.title - LMT (Latvian Mobile Telephone) is the telecommunications market leader in Latvia and a digital service provider of several mobile technologies worldwide. Three of these innovations are present at the Baltic Mobile Congress - the ISOA forest fire monitoring solution, the EDLUS employee attendance tracking service, and assembly line tracking powered by computer vision, a press release from LMT states.
By GREGORY ZELLER // New methods for analyzing soil ? a big potential boost for agricultural efficiency ? may be coming soon from the New York Institute of Technology. Researchers at NYIT?s College of Engineering and Computing Sciences have snagged a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant supporting their development of new technologies comprising an in-ground, real-time soil-nutrient sensing system (with accompanying flying robots). Their goal: to sample soil and dig deep into its chemical composition,...
A congressional advisory panel says the purchase of internet-linked devices manufactured in China leaves the United States vulnerable to security breaches that could put critical infrastructure at risk. Key concerns include next-generation 5G wireless as well as potential Internet of Things vulnerabilities.
If you're planning on picking up some cool new smart device for a loved one this holiday season, it might be worth your while to check whether it's one of the good ones or not. Not just in the quality of the camera or step tracking, but the security and privacy practices of the companies that will collect (and sell) the data it produces. Mozilla has produced a handy resource ranking 70 of the latest items, from Amazon Echos to smart teddy bears.
From a 16-year-old who might never go to college to an MIT PhD student who is pursuing her fourth degree, this year?s class of Enterprise Technology Under 30 honorees offers a mix of entrepreneurs, researchers, and corporate and government stars.
Combining cameras with machine learning technology, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Sandia National Labs are developing ways to make the visual identification of drones as precise and reliable as thermal, radio or acoustic signatures.