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DHS 20.1 SBIR Solicitation
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Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) Multimedia content analysis engine capability for the Emergency Communications Cyber Security Center (EC3)
To establish approaches, develop, demonstrate, or pilot technology for implementing the security, and content analysis of multimedia messages from the public to the NG9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) EC3 within NG9-1-1 Emergency Service Internet Protocol Networks (ESINets).
Develop sensors or a sensor system capable of deployment in tactical, harsh, and rugged environments that are resistant to spoofing or data manipulation. Also required is a distributed sensor protection platform.
Define and demonstrate a secure, standards-based, public safety one-way digital paging system for daily and disaster uses.
Develop a capability to identify and mitigate threats toward reducing the overall risk to soft targets and crowded places.
Develop a capability to acquire and document network signals inside of buildings for public safety land-mobile radio (LMR) and the FirstNet broadband network to inform public safety users about wireless service availability in designated buildings and to plan for in-building coverage enhancement solutions.
Develop a handheld passenger screening device capable of detecting prohibited items relevant to aviation security.
Develop quick and efficient targeted surface interrogation technique(s) by locating and detecting trace residues of interest on carry-on baggage and items.
Demonstrate the ability to detect, track, and identify small (55 pounds or less including payload) unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV) in an urban canyon environment.
Develop a compact prototype to integrate software and hardware to rapidly classify unknown spectrometer signals as safe or threat.