Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

Critical Transportation Infrastructure

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Protecting critical infrastructure isn’t just about preventing malicious attacks, but also mitigating the damage of natural disasters. Transportation infrastructure such as subway tunnels are...
rapid DNA identification

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A rapid DNA identification technology developed by the US Department of Homeland (DHS) Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has recently been used to...
first responders

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Hurricane Matthew was one of the first operational uses of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) HURREVAC-eXtended (HV-X)...
drones

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A new network will allow pilots of drones to fly farther distances, even outside their line of sight, which is currently against FAA rules....
safe city solutions

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Technological solutions by themselves are useful, but their real value is found when they complement one another. A wide array of homeland security technologies...

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A new report projects that the world service robotics market would reach $34,672.8 million by 2022. Professional service robots segment, which includes robots used...

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) are used for almost everything nowadays. These flying machines are used by the business and private sectors, as well as...

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Twenty two year old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber, has been ordered to pay more than $101 million in reparations to his victims....
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In an interview with I-HLS, col. (res) Anwar Saab spoke of his company’s emergency system. The highly technological system offers a capability to have...

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These past few weeks have proven time and again the significance of offering fast medical treatment to save lives and the understanding that the...

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Arie Egozi The intelligence departments of Europe’s security services are suffering failure after failure when it comes to receiving alerts on preparations for large attacks. Europe...

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) National Continuity Programs’ Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Division (IPAWS) has begun...

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Olga Grosman Imagine a scenario where whoever came to save you is injured during the rescue effort. Perhaps they were burned from the raging fire, or inhaled...
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More than 40 robots and 150 scientists and engineers have gathered to compete in the euRathlon 2015 Grand Challenge. Inspired by the 2011 Fukushima...

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Natural disasters may cause loss of information existing in the computer systems, leading to businesses and infrastructure collapsing. Proper planning for recovery after natural...

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The fire and rescue department’s fire fighting fleet has grown and now has 14 planes, after completing the purchase of six new airplanes, which...

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The issue of continuity during disasterous events is keeping authorities everywhere constantly busy, as it is unthinkable that a municipal body would stop from...

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Since the big tzunami disaster in Japan in 2011 that damaged the nuclear power plant if Fukushima, many have been trying to get inside...

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American goverment officials for the Department of Homeland Security chose Illinois University and its researchers to head a research program for developing and upgrading...

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This last weekend was a highlight for 23 teams from around the world that took part in the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency contest....

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