FRRG is an all-volunteer working group that includes 150 members of state, local, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies, fire departments, emergency medical services, emergency management and other disciplines. Its mission is to help S&T maximize first responder safety, effectiveness, and preparedness in the field.
S&T and DRDC CSS conducted an experiment with S&T’s AUDREY, a human-like reasoning system, to determine if AUDREY can perform data fusion, and provide tailored situational awareness information to the paramedic.
S&T will facilitate a demonstration of integrated emergency response technologies during a simulated earthquake and HAZMAT scenario at Legion Field stadium in Birmingham, Alabama.
The DHS SBIR program will engage with small businesses in the research and development domain Aug. 12–16, 2019, as part of the Southwest leg of the National SBIR 2019 Road Tour.
Securing the global supply chain, while ensuring its smooth functioning, is essential to U.S. national security. S&T and Israel’s Ministry of Public Security teamed up to tackle that issue through the Low Cost Disposable Electronic Seals Pilot.
An AUDREY demonstration and update on the progress of the initiative to use artificial intelligence and situational awareness technologies to assist paramedics was provided today to members of Hastings County Council, and dignitaries from the local region.
The DHS SBIR program has awarded the 1,000th SBIR contract since the program’s initiation in 2004.
On June 3-7, DHS S&T will participate in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Shaken Fury 2019 exercise
This planning tool enables communities to effectively reduce their vulnerabilities to hazards across their network of plans – including transportation, parks, economic development, hazard mitigation, emergency management and comprehensive land use
Every spring, S&T holds a meeting of first responder minds to gain critical stakeholder input that will serve as a roadmap for R&D efforts for years to come.