The Homeland Security Technology Consortium (HSTech) supports the CBP and other potential customers within DHS in providing collaborative R&D and rapid prototyping/piloting capabilities germane to the border security domain.

A group of large and small businesses, non-profit organizations and academic research institutions quickly coalesced in the spring of 2012 to form the nucleus of the Border Security Technology Consortium (BSTC), now HSTech. The desired objective is for the HSTech to provide a “one-stop” source for capabilities across the border security technology spectrum, including:

  • Surveillance and monitoring
  • Identification and assessment
  • Targeting and intelligence
  • Communications and information management
  • Apprehension/detention/seizure/removal
  • and other border security-related capabilities

Autonomous Sensors, Baggage, Biometrics, blue & red unmanned vehicles, Border, Border Security Technology Consortium, BSTC, Bulk Chemical, Canine Technologies, Coast Guard, Communications, Contraband, Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Detection, distributed networked systems, Distributed Sensors, Domain Fusion, Energy Storage, Environmental, environmental sensing monitoring and prediction, Facial Recognition, Geographic information systems (GIS), Homeland, Imaging, In-Situ Energy Sources, Interdiction, Machine Learning, Maritime, Monitor, Multi-Dimensional Display, Multi-INT, Multi-Sensor, Narcotics, Passive Sensing, Port, Quantum Computing, Security, Sensor, Shipping, Systems Integration, Threat Monitoring and Prediction, trace & bulk chem/bio detection, Trace Chemical, Transportation, TSA, Tunnel Detection, UAV, UMV, Unmanned Vehicles, Virtualization

Our Collaborations