First responders are real-life heroes who rush towards danger instead of away from it. S&T innovates the technologies that make an impact for them, so they can continue to do the same for us.
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DHS S&T developed Power Hawk tool to remotely disable pipe bombs, while preserving forensic evidence.
DHS S&T partnered with five stakeholders from state and local governments to test and evaluate the low-cost IoT flood inundation sensors in their communities.
DHS S&T’s partnership with DOI addresses critical need to conduct ISSI and CSSI conformance testing.
S&T's OpEx Program releases request for information with four technical topic areas to identify interest for participation in demonstration activity for state and local first responders.
DHS S&T is seeking solutions to the communications challenge of encountering weak radio or cellular coverage while conducting life-saving operations.
DHS S&T released “Low Cost Flood Sensors: Urban Installation Guidebook” to do just that—help communities deploy and operate low cost sensors for flood monitoring and management.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (CMSWS) authored this guidebook under a partnership with DHS S&T. The guidebook details the CMSWS experience deploying and testing the “alpha” prototypes of the low-cost flood sensors (LCS) at locations in Mecklenburg County.