Tag Archives: DHS S&T

KickView Secures DHS Funds to Develop Airport Passenger Flow Analysis Tech

Colorado-based data analytics company KickView has secured a $147,413 contract from the Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate to adapt a multisensor technology for use in queue length and wait time analyses at international airports in the U.S.

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William Bryan: DHS Must Work With Partners on Blockchain Dev’t

William Bryan, acting undersecretary for science and technology at the Department of Homeland Security, has said that his office is working with DHS components to implement blockchain to ensure system interoperability and mitigate vendor lock-in.

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DHS, DOE Labs Evaluate In-Suit Comms Gear for Emergency Responders

The Department of Homeland Security's National Urban Science and Technology Laboratory has collaborated with the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to evaluate in-suit equipment designed to help first responders communicate when they respond to hazardous material incidents.

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GAO: TSA Should Share Security Tech Demo Results With Mass Transit Operators

The Government Accountability Office has recommended that the Transportation Security Administration create a system to share with mass transit operators the results of TSA's tests on technology platforms designed to secure surface transportation operations.

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DHS S&T, Industry Collaborate to Improve Tech at Public Spaces

The Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate collaborates with technology vendors to increase the speed and scalability of security platforms used at government facilities, border checkpoints, airports and other public areas.

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