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  1. H-SB019.1-001: Reach-Back Capability for Fielded Rapid DNA Systems

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) developed Rapid DNA technology under a prior Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program to provide family relationship verifications in the field, a capability that no other biometric provides. Rapid DNA is an innovative technology that reduces the testing and analysis time for Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  2. H-SB019.1-002: ICAM On-the-Fly

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    DESCRIPTION: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) Project Responder 5 Report identified key capabilities to help first responders be more effective in their mission. Among   the   findings   included   the   need   to   securely  share   information,&nbs ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  3. H-SB019.1-003: On Body Power Module for First Responders

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    First responders will need to carry many more devices such as sensors (environmental, physiological monitoring, hazard), IoT devices in addition to their cell phones and radios and peripheral devices (e.g., heads up displays) that require power.  Each of these devices may have different power requirement (e.g., USB, USB-C, Apple,microUSB) and may need to be charged at different intervals ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityDomestic Nuclear Detection Office
  4. H-SB019.1-004: Modeling-based Design of Sensors for Chemical Detection in Complex Environment

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    DESCRIPTION: DHS and first responders need low cost, high performance sensors that can be used to detect chemical materials in different environments. A persistent problem in chemical sensing is the inability of the sensor system to reliably address complex sensing tasks and environments. Such conditions are regularly encountered in situations involving environmental monitoring, industrial pr ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  5. H-SB019.1-005: Synthetic Training Data for Explosive Detection Machine Learning Algorithms

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    DESCRIPTION: Currently fielded explosive detection equipment uses electromagnetic signals, such as X-rays or MMWs to interrogate passengers and their belongings. Automatic algorithms process the images generated by the screening hardware either to clear the passenger/property or to identify specific anomalies for further investigation. The use of machine learning and deep learning approaches t ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  6. H-SB019.1-006: Cybersecurity Peer-to-Peer Knowledge/Lessons Learned Tool

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    Organizations throughout the American economy and government are faced with designing and then operating cybersecurity risk management, in a complicated and dynamic environment.  They have been provided with a useful starting point, a cybersecurity risk management framework, developed by NIST, supported by DHS, and filled out in some detail by different critical infrastructure sectors and ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  7. H-SB019.1-007: Network Modeling for Risk Assessment

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    Networks, and systems of networks are ubiquitous in modern technology used throughout society today. Identification of risk in these networks often requires a model to be developed for the network or system of networks. These models range from the simple to the mathematically complicated models used for large networks. Some risks, such as cascading failures in a network, are difficult to identify. ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  8. H-SB019.1-008: Blockchain Applications for Homeland Security Forensic Analytics

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) are emerging technologies being leveraged for a wide range of commercial and governmental applications. The most well-known use case would likely be Bitcoin, within the newly emerged cryptocurrency arena, which has spurred further interest and developments. Prior efforts have addressed Bitcoin analytics, which covers only a limited scope within th ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityScience and Technology Directorate
  9. H-SB019.1-009: Detector Integration with Current and Emerging Networked Systems

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    This topic seeks the development of relevant communications protocols, application programming interfaces (APIs), and interface control documentation (ICDs) to allow legacy and emerging radiation detection systems in operational use to be integrated into current and emerging networked systems. The effort would encompass surveying commonly deployed legacy radiation detection systems, cost-benefit a ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityDomestic Nuclear Detection Office SBIR Program
  10. H-SB019.1-010: Unmanned Aerial System Autonomous Search of Limited Area for Radiological Threats

    Release Date: 12-19-2018Open Date: 12-19-2018Due Date: 02-12-2019Close Date: 02-12-2019

    The goal of this effort is to prove the concept of automated UAS to conduct radiation detection operations in a cluttered three-dimensional environment such as a cargo container yard, stadium, or parking lot. The only operator action will be to define the boundaries of the environment to be searched, to include defining basic search parameters (e.g. minimum separation distance from obstacles ...

    SBIR Department of Homeland SecurityDomestic Nuclear Detection Office SBIR Program

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