DHS S&T awarded $959,305 to the Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington (UW-APL) to bring together a group of experts and trusted entities to develop digital contact tracing (DCT) application (app) testing criteria.
DHS S&T awarded $198K in phase 4 funding to iProov Ltd., of London, England, to test and pilot its solution, developed over the first three SVIP project phases, in a full-scale CBP operational environment.
DHS S&T announced three finalists in the first stage of the $25,000 Digital Wallets Challenge.
Awards support DHS efforts in utilizing blockchain and distributed ledger technology to prevent forgery and counterfeiting of certificates and licenses.
S&T’s SVIP is piloting the development of interoperable blockchain standards and specifications.
TranslateLive to adapt Instant Language Assistant to support USCG operator safety and mission performance.
Funding awarded to Kenautics, Inc., to develop a more reliable tracking system for accurately marking and monitoring objects in the water for recovery
DHS S&T SVIP and the DHS SBIR program are leveraging their innovative funding mechanisms to further develop a critical cybersecurity technology from CryptoMove, Inc., a start-up based in Oakland, California.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, DHS S&T is seeking groundbreaking solutions to address current and future operational needs.
With an eye on adapting solutions to new applications, DHS S&T expanded its SVIP, by offering its first-ever Phase 5 award to Tamr Government Solutions, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
DHS S&T awarded $142,465 in Phase 1 funding to Cignal LLC of Ashburn, Virginia, to create high-fidelity synthetic data used to train artificial intelligence (AI).
DHS S&T SVIP, in partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), is looking for start-ups to develop or adapt a language translator that functions in a maritime operational environment.
DHS S&T SVIP is looking for start-ups to develop or adapt a system to more clearly mark and track objects in the water.
DHS S&T has awarded $197,020.95 Phase 1 funding to Stranger Labs, Inc. based in Cambridge, MA, to develop a digital credential solution that mitigates compromising the usability and convenience of paper-based credentials by making digital credentials verifiable offline.
DHS S&T has awarded $200,000 to SecureKey Technologies based in Toronto, Canada to adapt its identity network solution to support the issuance and validation of digital credentials.
DHS S&T has awarded $181,392 to SICPA Product Security, LLC based in Springfield, VA to develop a solution for credential issuers to manage and verify digital credentials that are the secure digital equivalent to secure physical credentials without reengineering their current processes and systems.
DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has awarded $199,984.00 to Digital Bazaar based in Blacksburg, Virginia, to develop blockchain security technology.
DHS S&T has awarded $159,040 to Learning Machine Technologies, Inc. based in New York, to develop blockchain security technology to prevent credential fraud.
DHS S&T has awarded $182,700 to Toronto-based Mavennet Systems, Inc. to adapt its oil and gas industry blockchain security technology for Custom Border Protection (CBP) to track cross-border oil imports.
DHS S&T awarded $147,413 to KickView Corporation to adapt their multi-sensor artificial intelligent (AI) software platform to provide real-time data analysis of passenger flow in the international customs processing areas of airports.