An imaging system setup on a roof with the U.S. Capitol in the background.

Homeland Protection

Developing technology to keep the nation safe

A vital mission of the U.S. government is to secure the nation from the many threats it faces. We support this mission by assessing, prototyping, and deploying innovative technology that helps reduce the nation's vulnerability to terrorism, secure transportation systems, and protect critical infrastructure.

A photo of a small unmanned vehicle with solar panels on top, on top of a mound of dirt.

Homeland Protection Groups

We apply artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies and develop prototypes to meet critical national security needs. Our technology portfolio uses AI for a range of applications, from augmenting human capability to enabling autonomous systems.

Advancing Our Research

Upcoming Event

Leadership

View the leadership of the Homeland Protection research area.

Featured Publications

Multimodal physiological monitoring during virtual reality piloting tasks

Aug 25
Multimodal Physiological Monitoring During Virtual Reality Piloting Tasks (version 1.0.0). PhysioNet. https://doi.org/10.13026/azwa-ge48.

Axon tracing and centerline detection using topologically-aware 3D U-nets

Jul 11
2022 44th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC), 2022, pp. 238-242

Our Staff

View the biographies of members of the Homeland Protection research area.

Career Opportunities

Discover the exciting and challenging opportunities in Homeland Protection.