The government contracting sector is a field where companies constantly look to innovate new technologies that accomplish goals such as informing warfighters, securing infrastructures and helping customers communicate.
GovCon Executive, published by Executive Mosaic in a portfolio of GovCon news websites, previews some of the latest offerings from contractors by highlighting the conferences and forums where companies will demonstrate their new products and ideas.
Nonprofit organization Battelle and pharmaceutical company Zogenix developed new technology intended to help facilitate needle-free injections and also compiled data on some of their findings.
Battelle and Zogenix presented their new idea and research at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists National Biotechnology Conference, which took place May 21 through May 24 in San Diego.
Biopharmaceutical partners are the intended customers for DosePro, designed to work without needles and be self-injectable.
Salient Federal Solutions demonstrated a new suite of mobile applications at a Northern Virginia Technology Council event May 6, aiming to provide the apps to more than 250 public sector agencies.
The Voyager Mobility Solution is designed to help users access private- or public-cloud based data via multiple devices.
Destination Innovation took place at the Washington Post’s headquarters, where 20 other companies featured their latest offerings.
IBM and MacAulay-Brown developed a new system that aims to help military agencies work with coalition partners in securing networks across different domains.
MLS Single Security Architecture contains an IBM zEnterprise(R)System server, which holds a Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 5+ security classification.
The companies unveiled and demonstrated their new offering at the Joint Warfighting Conference in Virginia Beach, Va.