The DHS Science and Technology Directorate and the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Research and Development Center are sponsoring a $255,000 multi-phase prize competition seeking concepts and solutions that help make it easier to find people in the water.
The Coast Guard RDT&E Program, in partnership with DHS S&T, today launched two 6U CubeSats from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
Winners were announced today for Phase I of the U.S. Coast Guard Ready for Rescue Challenge.
DHS S&T, in collaboration with the U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center, launched the U.S. Coast Guard Ready for Rescue Challenge, a $255,000 prize competition that seeks boater safety solutions that will help make it easier to find people in the water.
DHS S&T will host the NGFR – Harris County Operational Experimentation (OpEx) December 4-5, 2018, at the Port of Houston in Houston, Texas. The OpEx will integrate first responder technologies using open standards in the NGFR Integration Handbook to enhance the mission capabilities of Houston-area responders and the U.S. Coast Guard during a HAZMAT scenario.
Today, the Integrated Maritime Domain Enterprise - Coastal Surveillance System (IMDE-CSS) has evolved well beyond the initial information-gathering requirement into an information-sharing capability.
Adam Cole talks about the experiences and opportunities offered to him by the Coast Guard throughout his career at the Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore, MD.
Date Added: March 29, 2018
Today, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen released the following statement on President Donald J. Trump’s nomination of Vice Admiral Karl L. Schultz to be the 26th Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard.
Using this visual, user-centered platform, USCG decision makers could spot the stations most capable of responding to the disaster and helped prioritize the restoration of stations in need of repair.
S&T’s Office of Standards understood the need to gather in-depth data to determine how to construct the next-generation icebreaker. To do that, they needed to see, first hand, how changes to the current construct reacted to ice.