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Researchers Develop Drone Path Predictor to Tackle Threats to Airport Security

The researchers, from the University of Cambridge in the U.K., used a combination of statistical techniques and radar data to predict the flight path of a drone, and whether it intends to enter a restricted airspace, for instance around a civilian airport.  

Join DHS S&T’s Insights Outreach Webinar on October 5: R&D Addressing DHS Missions

You will hear from S&T’s Office of Requirements and Analysis, the DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office, and Industry Partnerships.

NECP Webinar: Planning for Emerging Communications Technologies

Innovative technologies are rapidly evolving the way we share information. In emergencies, we are able to leverage groundbreaking emergency communications advancements to achieve faster,...

A Single Laser Fired Through a Keyhole Can Expose Everything Inside a Room

Researchers at the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab have expanded on a technique called non-line-of-sight imaging so that just a single point of laser light entering a room can be used to see what physical objects might be inside.

State of Procurement: Charting the Course for Innovation

September 11, 2001 has, as it has for so many, forever impacted my life. A life I am grateful to have, in our country...

State of WMD: How 9/11 Impacted the Mission of National Security Laboratories

Before the planes struck the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States was a decade into the end of...

State of Technology: Crucial Homeland Solutions Come from National Labs

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has been at the forefront of developing strategies and technologies to keep America safe from external threats, targeted specifically...

State of Innovation: Channeling Our Imagination 20 Years After 9/11

The most important failure was one of imagination. - 9/11 Commission Report In the years immediately after 9/11, the imagination needed to prevent the next attack...
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