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PSCR Webinar Series

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To provide more frequent research updates to stakeholders, PSCR hosts a bi-monthly webinar series featuring topic deep dives on popular projects from our research portfolios. Webinars will be recorded, and participants join live will have the opportunity to Q&A with webinar speakers. Webinar recordings will be posted to the PSCR website and made available to the public in the days following the event.

 

Check this page regularly to view upcoming webinar dates, times, and topics.

Upcoming Webinars

 

Date/ Time Webinar Title

July 28-30, 2020

Sign-up for PSCR 2020: The Digital Experience for access to our live panels!

September 2020

TBD

Past Webinar Recordings


This webinar gives stakeholders an overview of the PSCR program and an introduction to the all-new, digital experience. 

Click here to view the Q&A from this webinar.


This webinar is a part of PSCR's series, featuring deep dives into research and programmatic updates from the division. In this presentation Dereck Orr and Jeremy Glenn review exciting highlights from the PSCR Impact Report.

Click here to view the Q&A from this webinar. 


This webinar is a part of PSCR's series, featuring deep dives into research and programmatic updates from the division. In this presentation, Ellen Ryan and Sarah Hughes discuss the history of open innovation, past PSCR prize challenges, and upcoming opportunities.

Click here to view the Q&A from this webinar.


Augmented Reality for Public Safety

User Interface User Experience Portfolio

 
The third in PSCR's new series, Scott Ledgerwood (PSCR) and Patrick Hagan (Houston Fire Department) discuss the opportunity to leverage augmented reality for first responders. 
 

 


IoT Foundations for First Responders

Department of Homeland Security Portfolio

The second webinar in the PSCR Webinar series, includes panelists Alison Kahn, PSCR, Pete Hallenback, Efland Fire Department, and Richard Reed, Aurora Fire Department who discuss the importance of IoT technology in public safety.

Click here to view the Q&A from this webinar.

 


 

Want to suggest a webinar topic? Tell us what you want to hear about by emailing pscr@nist.gov.

Created September 16, 2019, Updated June 24, 2020