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H-SB014.1-005
Machine-to-Machine Architectures to Improve First Responder Communications

HSHQDC-14-C-00027 HSHQDC-14-R-00005-H-SB014.1-005-0008-I
(HSHQDC-14-R-00005 Phase I)
A Scalable, Mobile Layer-1 M2M Architecture to Connect First Responders at the Incident Site

BALFOUR Technologies LLC
510 Grumman Road West
Suite 212
Bethpage, NY 11714-3631

05/01/2014
to
10/31/2014
$99,854.00

First Responders need to leverage automated (M2M machine-to-machine), mobile connectivity at an incident site. With connectivity automated through M2M network technology, responders would have much improved situational awareness, and can effectively focus their complete attention on the necessary emergency response actions. We propose to develop a futuristic automated M2M device mesh and concept of operations, that could be initially deployed NOW, that would enable M2M devices at the emergency site (building sensors, people, and other first responders) to automatically "talk" to each other, providing automated situational awareness and inter-communications. We intend to leverage our previous SBIR Phase I/II/III work and experience in M2M architectures to design a solution that can support "plugin" Standards modules, and evolve and leverage emerging "Internet-of-Everything" technologies in the coming years. This solution can be immediately integrated and commercialized into our existing fourDscape situational awareness, command and control, safety, security, and response product/marketplace.

H-SB014.1-005
Machine-to-Machine Architectures to Improve First Responder Communications

D15PC00033 HSHQDC-14-R-00005-H-SB014.1-005-0008-II
(HSHQDC-14-R-00005 Phase II)
A Scalable, Mobile M2M/SDP/IoT Architecture to Connect First Responders at the Incident Site

BALFOUR Technologies LLC
510 Grumman Road West
Suite 212
Bethpage, NY 11714-3631

03/13/2015
to
07/27/2016
$749,360.86

First Responders need to leverage automated (M2M machine-to-machine), mobile connectivity at an incident site. With connectivity automated through M2M network technology, responders would have much improved situational awareness, and can effectively focus their complete attention on the necessary emergency response actions. We propose to develop a futuristic automated M2M prototype system/architecture, that could be initially deployed NOW, that would enable M2M devices at the emergency site (building sensors, people, and other first responders) to automatically "talk" to each other, providing automated situational awareness and inter-communications. We intend to leverage our previous SBIR Phase I/II/III work and experience in M2M architectures to design and prototype an operational solution that can evolve and leverage emerging "Internet-of-Everything" technologies in the coming years. This solution can be immediately integrated and commercialized into our existing fourDscape situational awareness, command and control, safety, security, and response product/marketplace.