DHS SBIR Program is committed to identifying promising small businesses and innovative approaches to help address homeland security needs. This success story highlights the DHS SBIR company Centripetal., of Reston Virginia, which developed a disruptive solution to augment the CTI cycle with machine intelligence to improve efficiency and reduce operating costs of cybersecurity analysis.
On Apr 18, 2022, the DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office (CWMD) assisted state and local law enforcement with protecting Boston Marathon participants and observers.
S&T’s Screening at Speed Program partners with government, academia, and industry to increase security effectiveness at the airport to reduce screening wait times and improve the passenger experience.
DHS SBIR Program recently awarded $997,526.67 to San Antonio, Texas-based SecureLogix to secure responders data against increased cyber threats.
DHS S&T transitioned the Resilient Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Conformance Framework to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers to further refine into international industry standards.
S&T and NUSTL have been working with a coalition of partners (including U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Coast Guard, the Department of Defense, the Federal Aviation Administration, and industry) for more than a year on Air Domain Awareness (ADA) efforts, culminating with a series of technology demonstrations that kicked off in April 2021.
S&T is pushing the boundaries of technology, architecture, and industry partnerships to meet TSA’s current and future challenges and improve the screening experience for both travelers and screeners.