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SPECIAL REPORT: Monitoring Hurricanes

Monitoring Hurricanes

A device designed by engineers at GTRI is part of the HIRAD, an experimental airborne system developed by the Earth Science Office NASA.

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Protecting Privacy Takes Many Forms

What is the true price of free and how much data are you willing to trade for convenience or security? These are the looming questions that the National Cyber Security Alliance sought to address this week during its 8th Annual National Data Privacy Day (Jan. 28, 2016), supported by the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Interactive Computing.

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Autonomous Technology Research is Developing Increasingly Sophisticated Capabilities

“The move to true autonomy has become highly important, and progress toward that goal is happening with increasing speed,” said Henrik Christensen, executive director of the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) at Georgia Tech and a collaborator on the mapping experiment. “It won’t happen overnight, but the day is coming when you will simply say to a swarm of robots, ‘Okay, go and perform this mission.’”

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Students Earn Scholarships from GTRI

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) continues to offer its scholarship program by awarding five $10,000 scholarships to deserving female and underrepresented Georgia Tech students.

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GTRI Supports Adaptable, Accessible Information Sharing for Justice, Other Government Agencies

Today, a far-reaching information sharing environment (ISE) is gaining momentum and allowing U.S. justice agencies – law, law enforcement, criminal and counter-drug intelligence, courts, corrections, and others – to exchange information with one another securely and seamlessly over the Internet.

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