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The program identifies companies working on lifesaving technology and gives them three months of access to Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband technology to develop, test and refine their solutions for public safety.
Researchers have developed a system that can accurately locate shooters based on video recordings from as few as three smartphones.
Resilient, secure and interoperable systems are the focus of the newest update to the National Emergency Communications Plan.
Data science and artificial intelligence could help planners, first responders and governments adapt to the huge challenges of climate change.
The FBI has added a "dual route" capability to its eGuardian incident reporting platform that allows the bureau to send terror threat notices to its field offices and to state law enforcement fusion centers.
The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services' color-coded maps give officials a quick sense of the major risks across the state or where capabilities are low.
The Accelerate R2 Network Challenge aims to create a nationwide network of organizations that support innovation, entrepreneurship and investment in response and resiliency technologies.
A St. Louis pilot is pushing interoperable sharing of city and sensor data and creating a reference architecture for first responders’ awareness and communication that other cities can use to build similar setups.
The California Earthquake Early Warning System sends alerts via two delivery systems: a smartphone app and government's Integrated Public Alert and Warning System typically used to deliver AMBER and weather alerts to cell phones.
The University of Michigan's Mcity campus now features a 5G network for smart city autonomous vehicle safety testing.
Crowdsourcing is delivering creative technology solutions to the responder community thanks to challenges from IBM, AT&T FirstNet and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
DroneAid uses visual recognition to detect and count SOS icons on the ground from drone video streams and automatically plots the emergency needs on a map for first responders.
Cities and counties looking to get smart are increasingly turning to innovation in transportation and emergency services.
Researchers are starting to gather real-time data on how waves and rising water affect concrete bridges as they ride out a storm.
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