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During a wildfire in southern California, emergency responders shared real-time information on the NICS interface, such as the size of the fire, unit locations, and the rate of the fire’s spread.
disaster relief
Emergency agencies around the world are using NICS to coordinate rapid and organized response to disasters.
Researchers test the prototype standoff microwave imaging system. The antennas emit radio signals that reflect off the person standing in front of the array; the system processes the reflections to create the image on the monitors in the background.
advanced imaging
The system can rapidly and discreetly detect threat items concealed under clothes or hidden in bags of people in crowded public spaces.
Commercial unmanned aerial systems, like the one pictured above, are increasingly flown in urban areas; if used for illicit purposes, they can pose dangers to civilians.
UAS
The prototype is enabling DHS to test technologies that can counter the threats posed by commercial drones.
The Laboratory's advanced work in miniaturized electronics enabled the development of EnteroPhone™.
bioengineering
A wireless, ingestible device monitors heart and breathing rates by listening to the body's sounds and senses core temperature, all from within the gastrointestinal tract.
The commercial chest strap is equipped with the Laboratory-prototyped sensor hub. The sensor hub takes physiological measurements, which are used to estimate a strain index. This index indicates if the wearer is at risk for a heat-related illness.
biometrics
New sensors that gather data on a soldier's physiological state can help prevent heat-related injuries.
The FOVEA tool is just one of Lincoln Laboratory's efforts to help the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate protect public spaces such as subways from attacks.
analytics
The tool lets security officials quickly analyze video surveillance footage and track incidents of interest.

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