The Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUX) launched a new tool last year to connect small businesses with opportunities to offer the military solutions to challenges. We’re going to post those challenges here to keep the TandemNSI community alerted to these opportunities because they rotate fast.
When former Defense Secretary Ash Carter selected the head of Google to lead his Defense Innovation Board, many questioned what level of engagement Eric Schmidt would be able to dedicate to help modernize the military.
We are searching for the best cybersecurity startups in the greater Washington region to pitch at our upcoming Cybersecurity Launch Summit with The MITRE Corporation. These five startups will receive 5 minutes to pitch their company and technology in front of an audience of investors, government and industry leaders, and fellow cybersecurity startups.
The Pentagon’s new Code.Mil initiative with Github launched its first project this week hoping coders and developers will help them develop a viewer for the Manual for Courts-Martial — a key military legal document.
The Army deployed mobile labs outfitted with 3D printers, magnetic mounted drill presses, engineers and scientists to Afghanistan and Iraq so soldiers with combat problems could develop prototypes in days, not years.
Many of you are headed to Austin, Texas, next week for the annual SXSW Interactive Festival that runs March 10-19. We put together a rundown of some events and panel sessions that might be interesting to the TandemNSI community in attendance.
NASA released a catalog yesterday packed with free software products that startups and academics can use to build companies in sectors like autonomy and data processing without any royalty or copyright fees.
National Harbor, Md. — The Energy Department’s top innovation agency hosted its largest summit of the year this week urging more investment in early stage research and development in energy breakthrough technologies like machine learning, energy grids and hydrokinetic energy conversion.