OhioFirst.Net built a computer game using real-life firefighting training scenarios to demonstrate the potential of FirstNet’s public safety broadband network.
A biometric clothing company and an IoT data management firm demonstrated how data from sensor-laden clothing can improve situational awareness in an emergency.
The Department of Homeland Security has launched several programs to engage the public, first responders, industry representatives, academia and government officials in shaping the future of homeland security technology.
FirstNet will revolutionize public safety by providing a common, standards-based network that is constantly improved by advancements in commercial technology.
The Army’s Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System successfully completed the latest round of tests validating the concept of driverless military-truck convoys.
BAE Systems' GXP Xplorer Snap mobile app is being designed to speed delivery of intelligence and other situational data to first responders.
The Next-Generation Incident Command System is being used by emergency management agencies in California for planning, response and recovery for risky and hazardous events – many of them wildfires.
BAE’s Q-Warrior increases the soldier's situational awareness by providing textual information on warnings and threats as well as enhanced visual tools.
Advanced algorithms, software and human-machine interfaces are needed to help battlefield commanders manage the growing scale and complexity of operations.
Iridium GO! is a pocket-sized receiver/transmitter that can also serve as a hot spot, allowing up to five users within a 100-foot radius to make phone calls, send text messages and connect to the Internet.
A vast traffic-monitoring network has been deployed to make sure that all can safely navigate the waters with minimal interference.
New York City has partnered with analytics firm Placemeter to map the flow of pedestrian traffic through the city to help understand and anticipate the demand for new public services and business opportunities.