Air Force turns to VR for suicide prevention training
The virtual reality program has new modules that were recently tested in California to give lifelike simulations for getting distressed airmen help.
AR and VR can transform government work beyond the pandemic — if done right
In an op-ed, ITIF's Ellysse Dick explains how AR and VR have the potential to transform the way the government works if done properly.
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.
DOE national laboratory adds Verizon’s first federal 5G Lab
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is partnering with Verizon Business to develop cybersecurity that will underpin 5G for critical infrastructure, AI and IoT.
New free software offerings from NASA include VR for training and more
The catalog is part of NASA's technology transfer efforts. Many of the packages are available for use by the public.
VHA takes a 3D approach to showing off its medical innovations
The agency's second annual Innovation Experience on Oct. 22-23 will put its latest advances in medical modeling, VR/AR and other technologies at the public's fingertips.