The Army revamped the way it recruits soldiers and it so far its working.
Phil Carrai, president of Technology & Training Solutions at Kratos Defense and Security Solutions joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how the creative use of existing satellite technology can prepare the next generation of warfighters.
The reality of artificial intelligence and how it will affect the federal workforce may not be as scary as some people might think.
Exciting emerging technologies are in the fields of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), according to Sam Sabin of DC Inno.
Augmented reality, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence are not simply trendy new technologies. They are tools shaping government and commerce for years to come. “Our industry computing is in a state of transformation,” says Michael McCormack, CEO of Eolian, a software development and content production firm that specializes in AR, VR, and AI. “Our computers are slowly moving from your pockets and our hands to our heads.”
Don’t rule out the consumer domain as a potential source of enterprise technology. A robotic fish finder holds its own with the Navy’s unmanned technology.
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For the Navy, virtual reality is more than a training tool. It’s also becoming a novel way of public outreach. The Recuiting Command plans to field trailer-sized virtual reality chambers to let citizens experience a real-life Navy Seal operation. Capt. Dave Bouve, the national director of Navy Marketing and Advertising. He talked about the VR project on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Army is experimenting with an dome-shaped immersive environment for virtual reality training. Dr. Caroline Mahoney, team leader for the Cognitive Science and Applications Team, from the Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, shares details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.