Real-time monitoring of materials harmful to humans
Monitoring devices are deployed at the source of infectious bacteria, pathogenic organisms and hazardous pollutants.
Sensors produce a unique fingerprint indicative of a target genome, chemical or analyte.
Sensors are highly selective, with little or no interference.
Sensors produce electronic signals that are analyzed for rapid results.
Sensors and associated microelectronics are precision-printed at scale for a low cost.
Devices are highly adaptable to changing conditions and environments.
Real-time devices for monitoring materials harmful to humans have broad application across healthcare, food, energy, entertainment and national security.
Disease caused by bacteria, pathogens and pollutants presents a significant threat to human health, safety and security.
Data-less decision making related to business operations results in unsustainable levels of production with spillover effects on human health and natural resources.
Regulatory response to spillover effects imposes costs to businesses without directly addressing the challenges posed by bacteria, pathogens and pollutants.
Mitigate disease through real-time monitoring of sources of infectious bacteria, pathogenic organisms and hazardous pollutants.
Data-centric decision making through real-time and predictive analytics, optimizes operations, promotes sustainability and minimizes the spillover effects on human health and natural resources.
Automate regulatory compliance by integrating monitoring devices with the Internet of Things (IoT) for optimal management of pathogens and pollutants that threaten humanity.