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New airborne sensors to trace hazardous pollutants back to the source

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If you are infected with tuberculosis or are carrying germs that can pollute the air, and flying on international flights, just be aware! A person releasing hazardous chemical agents to unleash terrorism is also warned, perhaps for the last time.

Researchers have come up with a new system based on a computer program and sensors to identify passengers or the location of the source plus or minus one seat in the flight! Isn’t it interesting and sounds effective!

This can also prove equally effective in a closed room contaminated with pollutants. Immediate identification of the source of the pollution can help with solving at the roots. Such a system is especially necessary in areas where pollution is high with the source’s tracing back getting difficult.

The current system uses an ‘inverse simulation’ technique (a mathematical model) to trace hazardous airborne materials back to the source.

This tracing back to the source can help its application in various fields where it’s difficult to track the pollution-causing effects to find an immediate solution.

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