Mobile-type Full-automatic Multi-BWA (Biological Warfare Agents) Detection System

Research Project Outline

The crime and terrorism using Biological Warfare Agents (BWA) have become a big threat for our safety and security. When incidences using BWA occur, quick detection, identification and transmission of the information are the most important to minimize individual and social damages. Our research is driving for the development of advanced unification sensing systems for BWA. The systems are the forerunner of the world. It would be able to rapidly detect and identify many kinds of BWA at once only by injection of the suspicious materials into the portable equipment.

Research Director
Chief, National Research Institute of Police Science
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Advanced Integrated Sensing Technologies
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