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Sensor Fusion Software to aid in response and evacuation of subterranean incidentsSBC: DAX TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL Topic: HSB071002
The speed at which an attack is detected is a critical trigger for all responses to follow. The accurate determination of the type of attack will determine the type of emergency personnel and response needed. The location will determine the target response area as well as determine by proximity which of the responders that are available can be first on the scene. Therefore, a system that can do th ...SBIR Phase II 2008 Department of Homeland Security
Chem Bio Sensor Wizard for Engineering Environmental ProtectionSBC: Peerless Technologies Corporation Topic: HSB062001
In Phase I, the Peerless team developed an approach for an innovative wizard driven, turn-key, system that can be used by inexperienced operators to quickly design new sensor networks and evaluate existing sensor networks for the protection against and detection of CB agents within public structures. For Phase II, Peerless will conduct three development spirals to build the prototype system, valid ...SBIR Phase II 2008 Department of Homeland Security
Stilbene Production for Fast Neutron DetectionSBC: INRAD OPTICS, INC. Topic: 111001
The detection of neutrons is a critical capability for the identification of special nuclear materials in homeland security applications. Both plutonium and uranium can be detected by their neutron signatures. Next-generation detectors should efficiently detect fission neutrons, even in a high background of gamma rays. Neutron detection systems consisting of 3He have found widespread use due to th ...SBIR Phase II 2012 Department of Homeland Security
Radiological Source Surveillance With V-RADS Video-Centric Radiatiion DetectionSBC: ADVANCED FUEL RESEARCH, INC. Topic: N/A
Radiological sources are in everyday use in numerous industries. Illicit removal of this material from storage could result in construction of a Radiological Dispersal Device or "Dirty Bomb." A pervasive means of securing radiological materials and identifying breaches in security is required. Ideally, existing passive surveillance technology would be used, thereby enabling rapid and cost effectiv ...SBIR Phase II 2008 Department of Homeland Security