Making Sense Of Homeland Security

Vaughan, Allyson
July 2002
Wireless Week;7/8/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 27, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on the development of SensorNet cellular technology by Flash Technology that provides a nationwide real-time detection and assessment system of chemical, biological and nuclear threats in the United States. Key features of the technology; Information on the research conducted at the Sandia National Laboratories; Cooperation between Flash Technology officials and Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Importance of the technology for the homeland security of the United States.


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