Many of the 4.6 million U.S. public safety personnel still use traditional analog radios, in part because of the high cost of transitioning to cellphone technology.
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The Mesur.io will adapt the Earthstream Platform to provide data that tracks metrics related to an outbreak or emergence to predict risks of a biological threat.
An innovative navigation app addresses first responders’ special vehicle requirements to help them find the best route.
The maritime service faces “unprecedented threats” in the region.
Like the rest of society, felons are using the latest technology not only to steal cash but also to launder it.
The Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation announced awards for two collaborative projects.
The Biometric Technology Rally evaluated the ability of biometric systems and matching algorithms to reliably collect and match images of individuals wearing an array of face masks.
The Homeland Security Startup Studio is designed to accelerate and deliver commercial applications of technologies to meet homeland security needs.
TSA's Small Business Program takes pride in finding and working with entrepreneurs and offers the tools they need to succeed.
The Transportation Security Administration offers industry numerous new ways to provide both standard and innovative solutions to improve traveler and workforce safety.
Ensuring the mobility of troops and support equipment in the European theater will depend on coordinated command and control.
A panel of experts describes the steps outlined in an AFCEA white paper to build better national emergency preparedness.
Risk to the U.S. military and the nation abound from direct and indirect weather impacts as well as from near-peer adversary actions.
COVID-19 has done more than increase hand-washing and mask-wearing. It has meant an entirely new way of communicating and collaborating.
Digital identity has the potential to positively transform citizen engagement and access to government services in the digital age.
The federal government, meanwhile, turns more to research centers for contracting identity solutions.
The bureau adds iris recognition and altered fingerprint detection.
Government and industry, particularly social media, are collaborating on efforts to reduce the effect of foreign disinformation on the November election. But their task is daunting.
Researchers are studying people’s behavior as they leave healthcare facilities to help develop localized disease-transmission models that can be applied to areas such as cities.
The topic call is seeking commercially available technology solutions to address pandemic-related needs.