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Public Safety Communications Research Division

Through the use of advanced communication technologies, the public safety community can more effectively carry out their vital mission to protect lives and property – from day-to-day operations to large events and emergencies. To fulfill this vision, the PSCR program acts as an objective technical advisor and laboratory for the public safety community to accelerate the adoption and implementation of only the most critical public safety

NEW! AUGMENTED REALITY FOR FIRST RESPONDERS FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Applications are due October 1, 2020

News and Updates

PSCR 2020: Most Watched Sessions

PSCR launched The Digital Experience on July 27 and during our first week - over 1,000 people got their first glimpse of the content we've been preparing all

Press Coverage

Stories From Expo: In Search of Innovation

EMS World
In the Stories From Expo series, our friends at EMS Garage talk to top speakers and thought leaders from the 2019 EMS World Expo in New Orleans. In this episode

Software

LTE Coverage Tool

This experimental application was developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Public Safety Communications Research Division (PSCR)

Resource Library

View all PSCR publications and available resources in one location! Organized by portfolio area, the PSCR resource library provides access to recent research updates and articles to date. Visit the Resource Library now. 

About PSCR

New to PSCR? Visiting this site for the first time? Click here to learn more about the history of PSCR and our approach to research today.