Tuesday, 24 February 2015

GE RFID tech turns stickers into explosives detectors

A global economy brings many benefits, but it also makes international terrorism extremely difficult to combat. With more goods passing through the world's shipping terminals and airports than ever before, hunting explosives with large, static detectors or teams of inspectors armed with detecting devices and reagents is a bottleneck that increases the chances of evasion. To help US counterterrorism efforts, GE has developed RFID stickers that act as wireless, battery-free explosives detectors that can be placed almost anywhere. .. Continue Reading GE RFID tech turns stickers into explosives detectors

Section: Electronics

Tags: Detector, Explosives, GE, RFID, Terrorism, Wireless

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