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NanoNose to enter security market with portable explosive detection

QualSec : 16 June, 2008  (New Product)
Device for detecting a range of chemical substances including hazardous substances and explosive materials to be developed for the security market
QualSec announces the development of the NanoNose, the next generation in electronic nose threat detection devices. Utilising its patent pending ROder technology, QualSec is creating a hand held electronic device that can detect explosives, communicable diseases and hazardous materials in real time with instant read out of the threat and its level of concentration in ambient air. Unlike earlier efforts at other electronic nose development, QualSec does not require extensive training for the use of its device, nor is it limited by long testing cycles or the use of delicate organic elements in its testing device. QualSec's target price for its device is the two to three thousand dollar range, which is substantially lower than its potential competitors.

Estimates of the Homeland Security market, both domestically and internationally, have been estimated at 2 billion dollars annually. QualSec is based at the Utah State University Innovation Park, located in North Logan, Utah. Utah State University is a leader among research institutions, with a strong presence in homeland security product development as well as agricultural and food service quality control. The greater Logan, Utah area boasts a thriving and low cost business development zone, with a talented and well educated work force, and experienced electronic design and manufacture firms.
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