The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has partnered with the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate to conduct a nine-month field test to evaluate the use of new technologies for public safety operations.
The Department of Homeland Security has awarded the 2016 Under Secretary's Award to a team from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory's asymmetric operations sector in recognition of its work on the datacasting program for first responders. John Contestabile, program lead at Johns Hopkins APL's homeland protection mission area, accepted the award from DHS' science and […] More
Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory has developed a new technology for first responders to gather information during crisis with the use of public television station frequencies. APL said Monday it created the datacasting tool for the Department of Homeland Security‘s first responder group with the goal to transmit video and other data across a wide area. “Datacasting […] More