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SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC Topic: HSB0141007
Mobile Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) systems are advantageous as they can be deployed to where the greatest need exists, and they generally have small footprints, which is necessary in many locations. However the currently deployed mobile NII systems do not offer effective material discrimination, which is critical for shielded radiological/nuclear threat identification. This is because the curre ...SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: QUANTUM VENTURA INC Topic: DHS211009
Improving detection of illegal threats and materials passing through US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Ports of Entry (POE) is sought by the DHS S&T. Concerns for both materials and persons at these border crossings limit the type of inspection tools that can be used safely. Although current systems are capable of screening vehicles and large freight containers and conveyances, maintaining an ...SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of Homeland Security
Radiation Detection Modules for the Geospatial Location Accountability and Navigation System for Emergency Responders (GLANSER) SystemSBC: INTELLIGENT OPTICAL SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: 1011
This project furthers the goal of enhancing the situational awareness of incident commanders by integrating radiation detectors in GLANSER. As stated in the GLANSER BAA 09-02, "there is an overarching requirement and a need for this capability to have interoperability and seamless integration amongst the other systems in the incident environment. In this manner, incident commanders and tactical de ...SBIR Phase I 2010 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Technology Systems Inc. Topic: HSB0111001
The ability to track small vessels is critical to national security, but not easily accomplished due to the sheer volume of craft and the range of environments which they operate within. The introduction of smart-phones with location, orientation, camera, and Internet capabilities is enabling collaborative applications that have strong locative potential. These devices are capable of acting as bas ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Merit International, Inc. Topic: DHS231003
Many first responder organizations at various levels, including federal, state and local, as well as non-profit agencies each have different methods of identifying first responders on scene during an incident. The lack of an interoperable and standardized credentialing solution for first responders results in more challenges with communication and coordinated access to information on identificatio ...SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Achilles Heel Technologies, Inc Topic: HSB0191007
The integration of new cyber technologies in emergency response systems can allow profound improvements in system performance, but also expose the systems to systemic security and privacy risks.Thus, there is a critical need for design-time risk-assessment tools for emergency response systems, which allow evaluation and mitigation of threat impacts across their heterogeneous cyber and physical com ...SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: LYTEN, INC. Topic: DHS211010
Standard explosive detection technologies for checked baggage heavily rely on an x-ray imaging system that detects bulk materials based on their atomic number and density.Although this approach works well for identifying commercial and military explosives, improvised explosives are more difficult to detect due to high variations in their chemical composition and purity.Adjusting the detector param ...SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: 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 effective ...SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Forell Enterprises, Inc. Topic: N/A
Our technical concept applies FORELL's unique intelligent agent technology to learn rules for detection of anomalies in images created by high energy x-rays, thereby reducing operator load, reducing false positives, and reducing inspection time. Our technology is unique in the creation of anomaly detection rules that are automatically generated through a unique intelligent agent learning capabili ...SBIR Phase I 2008 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: SONALYSTS INC Topic: DHS221001
The US Coast Guard (USCG) Search and Rescue (SAR) program’s mission is to prevent loss of life in every situation where actions or resources could possibly be brought to bear. Because of this serious obligation, the USCG expends resources to pursue all distress notifications until they can be identified as a hoax. Sector Communications Unit (CU) watchstanders typically spend 12- hour watches lis ...SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Homeland Security