Collaboration Space for Homeland Security Enterprise and First Responders   [open pdf - 282KB]

This factsheet describes the National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) facilities in New York. From the Document: "The National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) [hyperlink] acts as a bridge between technology developers and first responders as it tests, evaluates and analyzes homeland security capabilities. NUSTL tests homeland security technologies to ensure first responders are equipped with the appropriate tools to meet their mission-critical objectives. State and local decision makers and first responders consult NUSTL as a technical authority to implement new technologies in the field. NUSTL also works to enhance first responder capabilities to respond to and recover from radiological and nuclear threats. To foster this mission, NUSTL is a state-of-the-art facility in New York City. The facility enhances NUSTL's mission of providing innovative tools, resources and capabilities for collaboration. [...] NUSTL welcomes all first responders and members of the Homeland Security Enterprise to share its fully equipped facility and workspace for tests and evaluations, trainings, conferences and meetings. NUSTL serves as a communication hub by providing a workspace that enhances partnerships and encourages integration. The laboratory hosts visitors from law enforcement, fire safety, hazmat, search & rescue, emergency management, interagency working groups, academia and other private sector and government agencies."

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