S&T is working with Azimuth1, LLC to develop QuickRoute, a routing system for emergency vehicles that accounts for a variety challenges, including inclement weather, road conditions, vehicle characteristics and department-level protocols for handling vehicle usage. The technology will ensure emergency vehicles have priority traffic in all areas of travel while responding to a call.
DHS sought a technology that can quickly analyze DNA to verify family relationships (kinship) and identify victims of mass casualty events and human trafficking.
Device utilized to quickly manage significant extremity and junctional bleeding, including crushed, entrapped, and amputated/partially amputated limbs.
Canines are widely used by law enforcement agencies and first responders to protect the homeland in various ways.
DHS S&T's P25 CAP has been expanded to include ISSI/CSSI equipment testing and is working to get laboratories accredited to conduct this testing.
DHS S&T in partnership with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) will announce the winning technologies in the Opioid Detection Challenge at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, December 12, 2019, at the DHS Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL) in Egg Harbor Township, NJ.
DHS S&T evaluated a suite of in-building sensors developed through the Smart City Internet of Things Innovation Labs effort.
The DHS S&T recently partnered with public safety agencies from the City of Birmingham and Jefferson County, Alabama, for the NGFR – Birmingham Shaken Fury Operational Experimentation.
DHS Management Directives related to Law Enforcement.