The U.S. Department of Homeland and Security wants to adapt existing wearable technology to help first responders stay connected when they respond to an emergency, FedScoop reported Tuesday. The DHS S&T office is scheduled to launch a new website on Nov. 17 to gather technology ideas by using an IdeaScale crowdsourcing platform.

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The U.S. Department of Homeland and Security wants to adapt existing wearable technology to help first responders stay connected when they respond to an emergency, FedScoop reported Tuesday. The DHS S&T office is scheduled to launch a new website on Nov. 17 to gather technology ideas by using an IdeaScale crowdsourcing platform.

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The U.S. Department of Homeland and Security wants to adapt existing wearable technology to help first responders stay connected when they respond to an emergency, FedScoop reported Tuesday. The DHS S&T office is scheduled to launch a new website on Nov. 17 to gather technology ideas by using an IdeaScale crowdsourcing platform.

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