In collaboration with our whole-of-government partners, this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) S&T is hosting a series of virtual conversations that show how S&T is investing in new ideas and technologies to keep you safe.
A special thank you to the staff of DHS S&T, our government, private sector, and academic partners, and those who have served on the front lines to keep our nation safe and healthy, and a toast to all the amazing things that 2021 will hopefully bring!
DHS S&T is partnering with the non-profit NYSTEC to leverage its extensive public safety network of state and local law enforcement and transit authorities within the Northeast Region of the United States.
DHS S&T, in partnership with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory, will conduct tests in a real-world environment to determine the most effective measures to reduce the spread of viruses on public transit.
DHS S&T has been working with the FEMA IPAWS office and state and local response teams since early 2009 to develop effective alerts, warnings, and notifications programs, as well as identifying gaps in existing IPAWS alerting messaging.
DHS S&T's COEs recently hosted a series of invitation-only COVID-19 Supply Chain Workshops to address current pandemic challenges, discuss key lessons learned and pinpoint areas in which future research investments can be made.
FEMA, in coordination with DHS S&T, has released the “Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Program Planning Toolkit.”
DHS S&T will be participating in the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) Virtual, from August 24 to 27, with CISA.