ADCIRC storm surge/inundation model: predicts when, where, and to what extent flooding will inundate a coastal community.
AgConnect: a suite of data integration and analysis products designed to enhance situational awareness during infectious animal disease outbreaks.
AVATAR (Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real-Time): an interactive screening technology that flags border crossers and travelers who exhibit suspicious or anomalous behavior.
Beyond the Basics Hazard Mitigation Website: provides planning tools to help users develop or update hazard mitigation plans that meet FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance grant program requirements.
COAST (Coastal Operations Analysis Suite of Tools): a suite of visualization, simulation, math modeling, and optimization tools to help U.S. Coast Guard decision makers analyze a range of missions and operational tasks.
CRISTAL (Criticality Spatial Analysis): aims to develop a new capability to (1) define and document food critical infrastructure and (2) assess risk in the global food supply chain.
Crowd Movement: a combination of mathematical modeling and LiDAR (light and radar) to determine the best way to manage rush-hour crowds.
Disaster Apps: a suite of free Web-based tools to help emergency planners, medical centers, and other response agencies reliably forecast how disasters and flu outbreaks might affect their organizations.
Disaster Recovery Tracking Tool: identifies 79 metrics that measure how a community is recovering from a disaster that can be used to inform FEMA Long-Term Recovery planning guidance.
E-CAT (Economic Consequences Analysis Tool): enables analysts to evaluate the potential economic impacts of terrorist attacks, natural disasters, and technological accidents on U.S. gross domestic product and employment.
FIDES (Focused Integration of Data for Early Signals): provides a capability for governments, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector to rapidly identify and mitigate the impact of catastrophic or intentional food contamination events.
GARI (Gang Graffiti Automatic Recognition and Interpretation): a mobile device application that analyzes gang graffiti.
GTD (Global Terrorism Database): a free, open-source, online database providing information on more than 113,000 terrorist events around the world from 1970 through 2012.
Magello: a customizable, Web-based tool that integrates oceanic and atmospheric forecasting, plume modeling, and real-time information updates to help decision-makers and emergency responders prepare for, respond to, and recover from a catastrophic event.
MCAP (Mobile Computing Application Platform): a Web-based platform that enables nearly real-time situational awareness and joint incident command through a visual interface that integrates a variety of user-defined tools and applications.
MDA (Maritime Domain Awareness) in the Arctic: a suite of tools and technologies being developed to monitor maritime activities and environmental conditions in the Arctic.
MDA (Maritime Domain Awareness) Suite of Technologies: being developed to provide an integrated, real-time, all-weather, multi-domain maritime surveillance capability to coordinate and monitor maritime commerce and traffic.
MERGE (Mobile Emergency Response Guide): a smartphone app that provides handheld access to an electronic version of the Department of Transportation’s Hazmat Emergency Response Guide.
MTI Database on Terrorist and Serious Criminal Attacks Against Public Surface Transportation: provides information on more than 3,000 attacks against public transit over the last 40 years.
MUNICIPAL (Multi-Network Interdependent Critical Infrastructure Program for the Analysis of Lifelines): a decision support tool for emergency managers and managers of critical civil and social infrastructure (CCSI) systems.
PAD (Passive Acoustic Detection Systems): help the U.S. Coast Guard and other law enforcement entities detect illegal vessel traffic and intruders in maritime and port security zones.
PIMS (Portable Integrated Microscale Sensors): a new explosives detection technology that increases screening reliability and accuracy without impacting the screening process for passengers and cargo.
POCKIT Xpress Mobile Laboratory: a commercial-off-the-shelf product used to test for endemic diseases in companion and livestock animals.
PortSec (Port Operations Modeling for Security Risk Management and Resource Allocation): a decision-support system that assesses tactical and strategic risks to port operations.
Security for Large Crowds and Venues Tools: enable public safety and emergency managers to select screening and evacuation methods likely to work best at a particular venue.
Security Training for Transit Workers: four training videos addressing rail sabotage, communicating with limited English language speakers, chemical weapons attack, and bus operator security awareness.
SMART (Social Media Analytics and Reporting Toolkit): a social media analysis system that provides analysts with scalable analysis and visualization of social media posts to provide situational awareness and improve decision-making for time-critical tasks.
SMART RIID (Strategic Multi-attribute Rating Tool): evaluates devices and the algorithms they use for identifying and detecting radioactive/nuclear materials, and is used to evaluate radioisotope identification devices (RIIDs).
TEAS (Trace Explosives Aids for Scent): a sample-handling method that provides safer access to real explosives sources at trace levels while remaining viable for training.
TEVUS (Terrorism and Extremist Violence in the United States Database): supports law enforcement officers, intelligence analysts and policymakers by helping them track and identify terrorism trends.
UCASS (Urban Commerce and Security Study): a decision support tool to help decision-makers, planners, and analysts evaluate the potential effects of implementing various security initiatives in their cities.
Unmanned Port Security Vessel (UPSV): integrates multiple sensors for rapid inspection of debris and water conditions in shallow water and port environments.
VALET (Visual Analytics Law Enforcement Toolkit): integrates large volumes of criminal, traffic and civil incident data into a single, interactive user interface to help decision makers and analysts identify crime trends, patterns and anomalies.
VAST (Video Analytic Surveillance Transition) Project: video analytics technology that detects pedestrian counter-flow and tracks persons-of-interest in vulnerable venues.
vBOLO (Video Be on the Lookout): a system that helps re-identify subjects of interest as they appear in a surveillance system.