COLLEGE STATION - Three companies developing technologies to enhance emergency response and homeland security are the 2017 winners of the Defense to Response Showcase. The DoD-funded technologies will each receive $110,000 in assistance to transition to the first responder marketplace through the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Product …

COLLEGE STATION - Three companies with technologies aimed at enhancing emergency response and homeland security have been selected to receive assistance in tapping into the first responder marketplace through the Product Development Center (PDC) at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service.

The top companies selected by a panel of judges were Cultural Quotient Corporation, …

COLLEGE STATION - The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service Product Development Center (PDC) hosted an Infectious Disease Response Workshop on Nov. 8 at the Emergency Operations Training Center and Disaster City?. The event drew robotics experts, researchers, responders and industry partners to learn and discuss training and new technologies for emergency response to …

I can’t think of a better way to have spent my time. It was eye-opening and extremely thought-provoking. We, unfortunately, had an opportunity almost immediately to implement some of the advice you and your team gave us when a small plane crashed in the woods south of our airport on Wednesday morning. Sadly, both individuals in the plane were killed. Your advice on communications was extremely valuable to us during and after that incident.

— Kristen Umstattd, Mayor, Town of Leesburg, Pennsylvania
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