DHS S&T is seeking solutions to the communications challenge of encountering weak radio or cellular coverage while conducting life-saving operations.
Science and Technology
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.
SVIP is hosting a virtual community engagement to present the Stage 1 finalists for the DHS Trusted User Interface (UI) Digital Wallets Challenge and kick-off the second stage of the prize challenge.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (CMSWS) authored this report under a partnership with DHS S&T. This report details the installation and operation of 93 “beta” prototype low-cost flood sensors (LCS) in Mecklenburg County during the second year of the partnership.
FEMA, in coordination with DHS S&T, has released the “Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Program Planning Toolkit.”
With Hurricane Sally expected to make landfall on Tuesday, the DHS S&T Chemical Security Analysis Center (CSAC) is providing critical chemical hazard support.
S&T is hosting a series of virtual discussions this fall, focusing on how science, technology, and partnerships are needed to achieve common objectives to protect people, commerce, and infrastructure.
DHS S&T awarded $1 million to Colorado-based small business TDA Research, Inc. to develop a power module that would service all of the current and emerging requirements of on-body devices for first responders through the DHS SBIR Program, administered by DHS S&T.
DHS S&T's TSL is evaluating artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) capabilities that have the potential to improve TSA’s ability to better protect our air transportation system and everyone that relies on it.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is calling upon innovators to design a better user interface (UI) for digital wallets. DHS’s new prize competition is for better Trusted UI for Digital Wallets with a total prize purse of $25,000. The winning designs will be easy-to-use, trustworthy and improve the overall user experience and management of digital wallet-based credentials.