Airbus Detectors Could 'Sniff Out' Coronavirus On Planes
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June 23, 2020 - by David Holmes for cheshire-live.co.uk
Airbus is adapting sensors designed to 'sniff out' explosives to detect coronavirus in airports and on board planes.
The disruptive biotechnology solution was originally focused on the detection, tracking and location of chemicals and explosives.
It is now being adapted in light of the COVID-19 crisis to include the identification of biological hazards.
The aerospace giant has been working...
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