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DHS SBIR Program awarded a total of $9,782,624 million to small businesses to further develop technologies intended to support homeland security mission needs.
DHS S&T, in partnership with INCD, has initiated the Israel-U.S. BIRD Cyber program, a new joint initiative managed by the BIRD Foundation, to enhance the cyber resilience of critical infrastructure in the United States and Israel.
DHS S&T successfully conducted a demonstration of Remote Screening infrastructure for airport security checkpoints with the developer, Integrated Defense & Security Solutions (IDSS) at the Cape Cod Gateway Airport.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) awarded a total of $4,479,195.95 in competitive research contracts to 30 small businesses across the United States to participate in Phase I of the DHS Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.
DHS S&T Screening at Speed Program received the Federal Laboratory Consortium’s (FLC) Interagency Partnership Award for their collaborative work to develop and commercialize the High Definition-Advanced Imaging Technology (HD-AIT) and Shoe Scanner systems for air travelers.
S&T is developing, implementing, and ensuring the effectiveness of cutting-edge screening equipment and protocols that help protect the public and keep security lines moving.
DHS S&T funded the development of a cloud-based capability that enables first responders to review and analyze indoor floor plans in real-time when responding to incidents.
S&T-funded technology could soon assist first responders with assessing disaster scenes and delivering lifesaving supplies and communications to survivors.
DHS S&T announced it awarded $100,000 to Corner Alliance, Inc., to enhance emergency alerts from first responders to drivers on the road during emergencies.