Detecting Traces of Explosives with Laser/Acoustics

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Detecting Traces of Explosives with Laser/Acoustics

Post by Matt Young » Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:34 pm

I found this article on the Laser Focus World website about using laser and acoustic technology to detect explosives. I expect it would be possible to intergrate this technology into a laser scanner. You could then mount them in airports and other security sensative areas.

http://www.laserfocusworld.com/articles/338723

Maybe there are also other uses for this in other areas.
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Re: Detecting Traces of Explosives with Laser/Acoustics

Post by 3DForensics » Thu Aug 13, 2009 7:36 pm

Cool! Do we get hazard pay??!!

I would need to think about the kind of hazards I put myself (and my equipment) in. I expect this means lots of travel to less than ideal locations.

Not for everyone, but be a really profitable market.

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Re: Detecting Traces of Explosives with Laser/Acoustics

Post by Matt Young » Fri Aug 14, 2009 8:33 am

Maybe it could be a job for The remote survey vehicle (RSV) 3D-R1. I know the guys that developed it would be looking for other ways to utilize it, Maybe something for the millitary.
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