In Florida, the National Institute of Standards and Technology deployed officials to Surfside to conduct comprehensive technical investigations on the aftermath of the Miami condo collapse. The building, the Champlain Towers South Condominium, partially collapsed on June 24, killing dozens. The investigators were deployed to use technology to investigate the
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has requested information that will help aid its insights into China’s relevant policies and moves to set international standards that govern the use of emerging technologies. The NIST published a notice earlier this week pertaining to the request for information. The move is
A new NIST program makes creative use of quantum technologies to deliver advanced measurement solutions to users in commerce, medicine, defense and academia. This delivery of measurement standards in a chip format is known as NIST on a CHIP (NOAC).
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A new wildfire forecast system promises to revolutionize the way we combat the natural disasters, tapping into high-performance computing assets to detect and predict the spread of the blaze in real-time. The technology also contains an advanced optical imaging system to determine the deformation of materials at high levels. These
The National Institute for Standards and Technology is reportedly aiming to tap into social media analytics to develop a more adequate public emergency response protocol. This strategic effort to advance research aims to enable public-safety entities to have the ability to use social media for emergency response. The NIST plans
According to a recent announcement, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is seeking organizations to participate in a collaborative effort to implement cybersecurity standards into 5G networking technology, aiming to eventually create a publication that outlines best practices. The NIST plans on publishing a notice later today, stating
Microsoft and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have joined forces in order to create a new guide to help enterprises streamline to challenging patch management process. The initiative follows close cooperation from Microsoft with other US partners, including the Center for Internet Security, the Department of
According to Ron Ross of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the US government is “literally […] hemorrhaging critical information about key programs” as a result of attacks by state-backed hackers from countries like China, Russia and Iran. Ross doesn’t believe that government revisions of security standards, such as