Solicitation is open for U.S. small businesses to submit research proposals for homeland security technology needs.
DHS S&T issued a combined $1,319,980 funding award to USC and Virginia Tech for the S&T Analysis and Management of Innovation Activity (STAMINA) III project.
On December 1, 2021, the DHS Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program 22.1 Solicitation is coming soon! Join us for a Deconstructing SBIR webinar to learn how to participate and other plans for 2022!
Block MEMS, LLC, to develop technology that can detect Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices before they enter stadiums, parking structures, and other soft targets.
DHS S&T Screening at Speed Program announced award in technology maturation funding to develop a passenger self-screening hardware subsystem for airport checkpoints.
Research will support ongoing work to address security and preparedness in places such as sports venues, shopping venues, schools, and transportation systems.
The Israel-U.S. BIRD HLS program awarded funding for two collaborative projects to develop advanced homeland security technologies in the areas of multimedia communications systems for first responders and a mid-air conflict management system for manned and unmanned aircraft.
Micro-X, Inc,. to develop a passenger self-screening solution and associated hardware for airport checkpoints.
DHS S&T awarded $500,000 to Planck Aerosystems, Inc., for further testing and deployment of its autonomous small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) in U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operational settings.
Virtual demonstration series on September 14–17, 2021, will showcase new technology solutions funded by its Silicon Valley Innovation Program.