Wednesday, 5 June 2013

DARPA's Unattended Ground Sensor uses smartphone techology

While the needs of the modern digital warrior are growing rapidly, military sensors take three to eight years to develop while private industry can produce similar technology in only one or two years. In the hope of speeding things up, DARPA’s Adaptable Sensor System (ADAPT) program is looking to smartphone industry technologies and practices... Continue Reading DARPA's Unattended Ground Sensor uses smartphone techology

Section: Military

Tags: DARPA, Sensors, Smartphones, Surveillance

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