transportation

The first governmentwide automated-vehicle principles are ready for agencies

by Dave Nyczepir • 3 weeks ago

The guidance, outlined by Secretary Elaine Chao at the Consumer Electronics Show, is meant to help 38 federal bodies coordinate research, integrate the technology and avoid burdensome regulations.

TSA lines up a facial-recognition proof of concept for Las Vegas airport

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 5 months ago

It will be the second "short-term" project the Transportation Security Administration has initiated using facial recognition to verify the identity of travelers.

DOD’s global flight tracking system needs upgrades, Air Force says

by Jackson Barnett • 6 months ago

On top of creating new software, a contractor would be required to maintain and upgrade existing functions and applications in the DAIP.

FAA looks to fund capabilities that will help with drone integration

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 8 months ago

The agency has $6 million in matching funds for the initiative.

The National Park Service wants to use mobile data to help shape its future

by Carten Cordell • 2 years ago

If you use a mobile device in one of the parks, you might be helping the agency with long-range transportation and visitor experience plans.

FAA ‘overly conservative’ in approach to drones, report says

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

The agency is saying no to drones more than it says yes, the report suggests, which is risky because of all the promise the technology holds — for public safety, product delivery, inspection of remote assets and more.

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