Facilitating the early detection of airborne chemical warfare agents
Early and reliable warning detection systems of chemical threats on critical indoor infrastructures is the focus of the EU-funded SENSOFT project. It will promote the exchange of skills and knowledge about the synthesis and fabrication of nanostructured materials. Specifically, the project will work to advance sensing, surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, energy harvesting technologies, signal processing algorithms and low-cost manufacturing strategies. Advances in orthogonal sensing/detection technologies at sub-ppm level in gas phase will have potential market opportunities in the fields of early detection of airborne chemical warfare agents, early diagnosis of cancer or chronic diseases by biomarker detection, environmental monitoring in critical assets, and process control in food and beverage industries.
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