DHS S&T is seeking white papers from industry, academia, laboratories, and the innovation community for research and development into 10 new first responder technology funding opportunities.
DHS S&T invites biometric technology developers to apply to participate in the 2021 Biometric Technology Rally.
DHS S&T Insights Outreach Webinar Series Presentation Brief: Finding Your Way Through LRBAA, April 6, 2021
POINTER will soon allow agencies to pinpoint their firefighters to within centimeters, helping to navigate them quickly and safely out of potentially disorienting emergency scenarios.
Our theme at this year’s SXSW event, “The Road to Reopening: Recovery through Research,” answers the call about what is needed from a governmental R&D organization to improve security, restore public confidence and keep our front-line workforce safe and protected.
The Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation is announcing awards for two collaborative projects totaling $1.5 million to develop advanced homeland security technologies in the areas of threat detection and 3D mapping.
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 is partnering with non-profit RTI International (RTI) to tap into its existing relationships with Southeast Region of the United States technology-based economic organizations, start-up accelerators, and industry.
DHS S&T's Technology Transfer and Commercialization Program (T2C) manages technology transfer and commercialization activities across DHS and the DHS laboratory network.
DHS S&T will launch its first Homeland Security Startup Studio in January. The innovative program is a partnership with FedTech, aimed at commercializing federally funded breakthrough technologies to support homeland security missions.