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.
DHS S&T SVIP and the DHS SBIR program are leveraging their innovative funding mechanisms to further develop a critical cybersecurity technology from CryptoMove, Inc., a start-up based in Oakland, California.
The Israel – U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation announced it is seeking proposals for collaborative projects to develop advanced technologies for the homeland security mission.
DHS S&T announced today it is seeking new technologies for first responders.
To help communities prepare for disasters and rebuild in the aftermath, DHS S&T partnered with NAPSG to convene experts from around the country to share best practices and identify practical solutions related to information sharing, geospatial technologies, and leadership.
Protecting mobile devices from cyber-attacks and accelerating the adoption of secure mobility for the federal government is a critical research focus of the Department of Homeland Security DHS S&T.
We recently reported on several S&T-funded information sharing technologies and reached back out to learn how each is now being used in the fight against COVID-19.
DHS S&T is partnering with the National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Energy, to co-sponsor the Civic Innovation Challenge (CIC), to address mobility and resilience priorities across the country.
S&T is excited to partner with the NSF and DOE, to launch CIVIC – a national research and action competition.
You may have seen the breaking news that S&T is standing up a new Center of Excellence (COE).