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  1. Intelligent Distributed Intrusion Detection via Collaboration

    SBC: PnP Networks            Topic: N/A

    We propose to design a cognitive, automated Distributed Intrusion Detection System that correlates IDS data from nodes across multiple administrative domains. In Phase I we will demonstrate that for multiple types of attacks across multiple administrative domains, such a system can detect incipient attacks and inhibit their success, where no single local IDS can be reasonably expected to do so. We ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  2. Adaptive camera to display mappings using computer vision

    SBC: POLAR RAIN, INC.            Topic: N/A

    The video surveillance industry is experiencing dramatic change with the move from analog to digital video. Command centers need to have coordinated viewing of multiple camera feeds at one time, and the ability to switch automatically between feeds and display relevant patterns. Conventional security control rooms include a bank of monitors connected through a switch to an array of security camera ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  3. Responder Wireless Physiological Monitoring Device

    SBC: QUANTUM APPLIED SCIENCE & RESEARCH INC            Topic: N/A

    The primary cause of mortality in firefighters is cardiovascular disease, which accounts for 45% of fatalities among personnel on duty. Although physiological monitoring devices have existed for decades, their use on subjects during strenuous activities (such as firefighting) has been significantly limited due to excessive signal artifacts and extremely low user compliance arising from the invasiv ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Homeland Security
  4. EEG and Eye Tracking-based Measures for Enhanced Screener Training

    SBC: QUANTUM APPLIED SCIENCE & RESEARCH INC            Topic: N/A

    QUASAR, EyeTracking Inc. (ETI), and Safe Passage International (SPI) will define a closed-loop training system that incorporates EEG and eye tracking technologies to improve Transportation Safety Officer (TSO) training efficiency and effectiveness. To minimize the implementation risk of the Phase II system demonstration, in Phase I the team will: 1. Measure the ability of EEG- and eye-tracking/pup ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Homeland Security
  5. Converging Security with Location Base Services and Identity Managment

    SBC: Queralt LLC            Topic: N/A

    To meet the objective of developing a strong identification and authentication machanism for DHS, that is also scalable, we propose the development of a convergent and behavior solution, that will join physical and logical security events. This solution would be composed of two layers, one is an input or identification payer which would gather input from multiple technologies, like RFID, GPS, Wi-F ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Homeland Security
  6. Model-Driven Automated Scenario/Script Builder for Simulation-Based Training Systems

    SBC: QUIMBA SOFTWARE, INC.            Topic: N/A

    We propose to create a system to facilitate timely, efficient, and cost-effective training of Emergency Responders. In particular, we are focused on aspects of training that are the difficult or expensive for repeated live scenarios, such as national or multi-jurisdictional response as well as CBRNE response, each of which could involve military-civilian collaboration.

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  7. An ultra-low cost miniature X-band linac to replace radionuclide gamma sources

    SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: N/A

    One of the objectives of the DNDO is to dramatically reduce the amount of radioactive material in use in order to improve public security and prevent the diversion of radioactive material for Radiation Dispersion Devices (so-called "dirty bombs"). RadiaBeam Technologies proposes the development of an inexpensive, handportable accelerator to replace radionuclide radiography devices. The accelerator ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Department of Homeland Security
  8. A High Repetition Rate Dual-Energy LINAC for Non Intrusive Inspection

    SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: N/A

    Multi-energy radiography is a promising Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) technique for detection of Special Nuclear Materials (SNM). RadiaBeam Technologies proposes to develop an ultra-high repetition rate commercial linac system capable of pushing the multipleenergy pulse repetition rate above 1 KHz. The proposed approach utilizes an innovative, proprietary design and manufacturing technique devel ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Homeland Security
  9. Advanced Geospatial Computing

    SBC: REPLICUS SOFTWARE CORP.            Topic: NGA05001

    Our primary concept is a distributed storage system capable of supporting organizations which scale from the small to the very largest. The goal is to build a distributed self-configuring; self-managing and self-healing file storage system which exhibits modular upgradeability and dynamic adaptation to an organization's evolving needs. Our strategy to do this is to exploit a unique scientifically ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseNational Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  10. Intelligent Automated Scenario/Script Builder

    SBC: Rite-solutions, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Simulation-based exercises offer a cost-efficient and effective method of training as opposed to live exercise participation. The use of simulation provides the advantage of capturing and analyzing consequences of decisions made by crisis management personnel. With a growing need for more simulation-based exercises, there is a corresponding need to develop scenarios quickly and easily. The critica ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
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