S&T initiated the FRROST program in 2018 to help the first responder community evaluate drones in real-world field conditions under simulated scenarios to inform their purchases.
First Responders Group (FRG)
Rescue helicopter hoist operators wear gloves to protect the hand that guides the hoist cable during rescue descents and ascents.
DHS S&T is conducting ongoing research that will help scientists better understand the coronavirus that causes the disease known as COVID-19, and methods to prevent its spread.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) collaborated with Mobility 4 Public Safety, the Los Angeles region and the Houston/Harris County region to create the Mobility Acceleration Coalition (MAC).
This case study describes how DHS S&T identified and applied sensor and event alerting standards during the NGFR – Harris County Operational Experimentation (OpEx), taking real-time data from numerous sensors, assessing it against pre-established thresholds, displaying it on unified situational awareness applications, and issuing alerts when the sensor readings exceeded the thresholds.
This case study describes how DHS S&T integrated sensors during the NGFR – Harris County Operational Experimentation (OpEx), taking real-time sensor data and displaying it on unified situational awareness applications to give the Incident Commander, command staff and first responders the right information at the right time.
DHS S&T today announced the grand prize winner of the Escape Respirator Prize Challenge.
DHS S&T, in partnership with the FBI, has fully transitioned ReVJeT tool to each and every one of the hundreds of state and local bomb squads across the country through the FBI’s Hazardous Device School.
This equipment has passed P25 CAP 2017 CAI CAB testing.