Tag: testing

Federal, Policy, State & Local

America is finally testing for coronavirus in significant volumes

March 20, 2020

Via: ArsTechnica

America is finally starting to test for the coronavirus in significant volumes. On Thursday, the total number of coronavirus tests conducted in America topped 100,000, according to the COVID tracking project. That’s a 10-fold increase from a week earlier. In […]

Policy, State & Local

Homeland Security selects Mississippi university for drone testing

April 21, 2017

Via: StateScoop

Whether it’s about surveillance operations on America’s waters, preventing undocumented immigrants from entering the country, or defending the president, drones are set to play a major role in government operations. The Department of Homeland Security announced on April 19 that […]


Intel ships first Optane memory modules for testing

January 27, 2017

Via: CIO

Intel’s Optane technology is already shipping in the form of storage, but you’ll have to wait until next year to buy Optane memory modules. Optane is a new class of nonvolatile memory and storage based on 3D Xpoint, which was […]


The DOD is testing a swarm of autonomous, 3-D printed drones

January 11, 2017

Via: CIO

The Department of Defense is testing low-cost, autonomous, micro-drones for low-altitude intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. The drones, dubbed Perdix, operate as a swarm and are not individually pre-programmed. Instead, they act as a collective organism with one distributed brain […]