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DHS S&T to Demonstrate Innovative Solutions for Critical DHS Mission Needs

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) will host a virtual demonstration series on September 14–17, 2021 to showcase new...

Quickly Detecting Cyanide Poisoning After Fires Can Save Lives

In the chaos of burning buildings, it is not just the flames that are dangerous and potentially lethal, but also toxic fumes like cyanide...

Using Technology to Solve Urban Response Challenges

New technologies are developed every day to enhance responder performance and safety, but are they durable? Will they perform under pressure? That's what the National...

DHS S&T Using DNA to Search for the True Origins of Imported Honey

Have you ever wondered where the honey you add to your morning tea and drizzle on your desserts or oatmeal comes from (besides bees)?...

DHS S&T Funds California Startup to Test Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Improved CBP Situational Awareness

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) awarded $500,000 to Planck Aerosystems, Inc. of San Diego, California, for further testing...

DHS Awards $950K to Hawaii Small Business for Remote Sensor Data Protection

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program awarded $949,999.78 to Honolulu-based small business Oceanit Laboratories, Inc. to develop a sensor system...

DHS S&T Seeks Crowd Count and Analysis Technologies for Market Survey Report

These systems improve the situational awareness of first responders in order to enhance their ability to manage large crowds during planned and unplanned events.

DHS S&T Funds Washington Startup to Test Metamaterial-Based Radar

Previous Echodyne efforts with SVIP have focused on the development of an innovative Metamaterials Electronically Scanning Array (MESA®) radar for use in a variety of border security applications.
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