From Earth's surface to space, the world—with MITRE's help—is grappling with the challenges and barriers that require research, frameworks, and tools to ensure safety and security.
The rapidly evolving commercial space industry must integrate new approaches for all users of the world's air and space domains. We're looking at the rules and traffic flow to create an adaptable framework and help the community shape workable solutions.
Meanwhile, everyone relies on GPS—which uses a network of orbiting satellites—to do everything from checking the time on our cell phones to coordinating our power grids. Now, what if there was a smartphone app that detects GPS jamming and spoofing attacks and issues alerts to device and systems users? TADA, there is!
Read more about our research, projects and people making space travel and systems safer.
Greg Shemancik shares how mCODE & CodeX initiatives seek to capture high-quality data needed to improve cancer research and care as part of a ‘Learning Health System.’ #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/elnSzLKH5X
Childhood obesity is a problem in the U.S. While we have plenty of data to help find answers, it's hard to bring that data together. The Childhood Obesity Data Initiative aims to change that. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/8p2bNuMz11
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