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Surveying Technology Landscape for Temperature Screening

While there are many mass screening technology methods used to detect a variety of threats, the ability to rapidly screen for fevers has quickly become one of the most important tools in the world’s fight against COVID-19—one that the DHS S&T is proud to support.

ST-Operational Field Assessment Fact Sheet

DHS S&T works closely with the nation’s emergency response community to identify and prioritize mission capability gaps and to facilitate the rapid development of critical solutions to address responders’ everyday technology needs. These technology prototypes are operationally field tested by S&T’s National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL).

ST-Questions to Ask When Researching Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems

This list of questions was created by DHS S&T’s National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) to help Department of Homeland Security Components, and other entities with C-UAS authority build a comprehensive understanding of the nuances, capabilities and limitations of C-UAS technology to aid in purchasing decisions.

S&T Radio Frequency Detection, Spectrum Analysis, and Direction Finding Equipment

Radio frequency detection, spectrum analysis, and direction finding equipment detect, identify and analyze radio frequency signals from radios, cellular devices, GPS, Wi-Fi, and other emitting devices. These devices can be used to identify transmissions from suspicious or threatening sources, including interference that may be blocking or damaging first responder communications.

S&T Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Search and Rescue (FRROST)

Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS)—systems whose gross take-off weight is less than 55 pounds—offer tremendous potential for emergency responders supporting public safety missions, allowing responders to carry out missions at a fraction of the cost of a manned aerial response, while keeping them out of personal danger. These systems also offer opportunities to perform missions impossible for manned vehicles, such as exploring the inside of buildings or tunnels.

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