The Navy wants to use wearable tech to fight spread of COVID-19
The Navy is seeking commercially available proximity-tracking technology based on wearables that continuously track the distance between themselves and others nearby.
Marine Corps creates first ‘Network Battalion’ for cyberdefense and modernization
The Marine Corps latest battalion is all about enterprise network protection and modernization.
DIU’s innovation efforts continue to expand, annual report shows
The Defense Innovation Unit added 33 nontraditional defense contractors to a rolling list of 120 that stretches back to mid-2016.
JAIC’s new Project Salus links up supply-chain data in fight against coronavirus
The JAIC is working to bring data to the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic through new tools layered into a National Guard dashboard.
DIU looking for help to reduce data latency in military command and control networks
The Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN) Ground Station will be a vehicle-mountable node that will collect data from the battlefield and semi-autonomously process it for Army commanders.
Pentagon opens bids on 5G prototypes at military bases
Under the first three solicitations released so far, work will take place at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia; Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington; and Naval Base San Diego, California.