S&T recently field tested a respirator designed to protect wildland firefighters from the smoke, ash, and toxic gases they face as they fight fires.
The operational use of S&T's TAK technology continues to grow, as a new iOS version is now available as a free download on Apple’s App Store.
DHS S&T released a RFI seeking effective respiratory protection for wildland firefighters to be considered for inclusion in a market survey being conducted by S&T’s NUSTL in collaboration with the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
S&T CSAC developed a new cyanide detection test method, both affordable and efficient, to test fire survivors for toxic cyanide exposure at the scene.
DHS S&T this week announced the selection of two industry partners to move forward with the next test and evaluation phase of S&T’s Wildland Fire Sensor Research Program.