ICx Technologies wins R&D contract under Department of Homeland Security's "Detect to Protect" Project

May 6, 2008
ARLINGTON, Va., 6 May 2008. ICx Technologies, a developer of advanced sensor technologies for homeland security, force protection, and commercial applications, has won a $4.9 million Phase IIb research-and-development contract under the Department of Homeland Security's "Detect to Protect" project, which was previously called the IBADS program. The project is designed to develop rapid sensors that can influence immediate actions to limit exposure to an attack involving biological agents.

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