Catastrophe to Opportunity: Following the Science
Government and industry must work together to strengthen our security, economic and public health resilience. DHS Science & Technology is partnering with state, local and industry innovators so communities can mitigate risks and respond to compounding pressures of natural disasters and the pandemic. Securing our future requires a whole-of-government approach, where infrastructure, technology and data analytics are optimized to improve risk-based decision making in all areas of public health and safety. Learn what’s possible when we follow the science and work together to improve our quality of life.
Building Sustainability and Battling Climate Change
Business and tech leaders explore the importance of encouraging sustainability as a business imperative and share how they are making it irresistible for consumers and companies alike.
COVID-19 State of the Union
Learn more about the latest updates on vaccine development and deployment, the current state and future of diagnostic testing, and the effective treatments being used successfully on patients.
5G’s First Year: From Insights to Innovation
Carriers have begun lighting up 5G and new spectrum has been made available. In this panel, we’ll explore 5G’s first year from the customer and supplier perspective with a discussion on use cases and value creation.
Consumer Adoption of New Hardware
Explore the driving forces behind this rise in spending on new technology, as consumer spend more time than ever at home, and the innovative ways companies are reacting.
Building Trust in Your Smart Home
As consumers talk to appliances and they talk among themselves, leaders in the smart home space are making sure to consider how the data shared throughout a home is secured.
Connected Cities: Only as Good as Their Connectivity
The effectiveness of a smart city relies upon high-speed connections. Explore the implications of consumers' expectations for instance access and how connectivity giants are making smart cities a very real possibility.