South Korea's fast-paced economy has required aggressive expansion of its automotive transportation infrastructure. The Korean Expressway Corporation (KEC) is the agency responsible for expressway construction, maintenance, and traffic management.
Traditionally, the solution to resolving traffic congestion has been to construct more freeways and highways. But funds for highway expansion are limited, constraining the ability of states to mitigate increasing traffic and congestion problems.
Most people think of a videowall as an array of projectors displaying imagery in large venues, often public spaces serving multiple viewers. Today, video wall processors are also finding use as multi-monitor display systems serving a single operator.
Governments around the world are continually investing in new technologies and strategies for managing public safety. An example of a modern command and control center has recently been completed in China.
Not so long ago, the Loma Prieta Earthquake quite literally shook the city to its foundations. Countless disasters have befallen San Francisco and the Bay Area, often requiring the immediate response of multiple city services and departments.
To maintain air warfighting superiority, the U.S. Air Force's Active Duty, Air National Guard, and Reserves) fleet of aircraft are constantly upgraded with state-of-the-art weapons, radar, and navigational technology.
Lockheed Martin has selected RGB Spectrum's DGy™ digital recording and streaming technology for use in the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) mission simulators.
The National University of Mexico (UNAM) has established the Observatory of Visualization, referred to as IXTLI, an Aztec word that means face and eye.
To maintain its naval warfighting superiority, the U.S. Navy is building a multi-vessel fleet of lighter, faster ships. The first of these new vessels to be deployed will be the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), a new family of high speed, extremely maneuverable, networked surface combat ships.
The Navy's Guided Missile Destroyers require operating complicated systems in extremely diverse and challenging environments. To contend with these requirements, training must keep pace with rapid technological advances and evolving warfighting tactics.
UCLA's Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI) strives to improve understanding of the brain in health and disease. LONI is a leader in the development of advanced computational algorithms and scientific approaches for the mapping of brain structure and function.
Among the devastation from the terrorist attacks on September 11 was the destruction of the headquarters for the New York City Office of Emergency Management (OEM).
Modern warfare entails dynamic, split-second, tactical decision making, requiring battlefield commanders to have comprehensive situational awareness.
The U.S. Army Operational Test Command (USAOTC) at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, contributes to the Army's success on future battlefields by conducting experiments and operational tests on weapons, equipment, and doctrine.
The Kwajalein Missile Range (KMR), located on a tiny island in an atoll in the Marshall Islands 2500 miles West South West of Hawaii, is part of the U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command.
The tunnel carries about 120,000 vehicles per day, making it one of the busiest tunnels in the world. It is comprised of three tubes, of two lanes each. The center tube is used for two-way operation, with traffic direction alternated to accommodate the morning and evening commutes.
The City of Chicago's Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) protects life and property by coordinating and managing all of Chicago's disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery programs.
The AOL/Time Warner Center in New York City is a landmark building.
Tesoro Petroleum of San Antonio, Texas recently upgraded its network operations center (NOC) to improve operational efficiency for the monitoring and analysis of refinery operations nationwide.
The United States faces an expanding threat of missile strikes as more countries gain the capability to launch offensive missiles at the U.S. and its allies. Presently, there is no national missile system in place to protect the Continental U.S. from long-range missile threats.