Security Technologies Part 2: Chemical and Biological Detection (Technical Insights)

 

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This report presents analysis of the worldwide markets and applications, products, technologies, and the latest patents pertaining to chemical and biological detection.

Table of Contents

Security Technologies Part 2, Executive SummaryContents and GoalsIntroductionReport ScopeChemical and Biological Warfare; an Emerging ThreatBiological WeaponsChemical AgentsChemical Detection TechnologiesPoint DetectionStandoff DetectorsClinical Detection Technology TrendsNuclear Materials; a Terrorist ThreatWeapons-Grade MaterialsRadiological Dispersion Device--Dirty BombsNoninvasive System for Measurement of Unauthorized SubstancesMonitoring To Control Theft of Special Nuclear MaterialsNeeds for Detector DevelopmentsDrivers for Detection-DevelopmentIndustry ChallengesStrategic ConclusionsPerspectives of this ReportIssues Driving and Preventing this TechnologyUnique Features of this ReportPrimary MarketSecurity Technologies Part 2, IntroductionThe Role of Federal AgenciesIntroductionReorganizing the Security EstablishmentThe Administration's Research PlanThe Freedom of Information ActThe ThreatInfrastructureCybersecurityElectricityNatural GasWaterBiological; Chemical; and Nuclear ThreatsAgencies with Major Homeland Security R&D ProgramsThe Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Department of EnergyThe Department of DefenseThe National Institute of Standards and TechnologyBiological Warfare: An Emerging Threat in the 21st CenturyIntroductionAnthraxGenetic Engineering of PathogensLessons from HistoryTerrorist Threats and Possible SolutionsIntroduction to Chemical Agents and Toxic Industrial MaterialsIntroductionNerve AgentsBlister Agents (Vesicants)Toxic Industrial MaterialsChemical Agent and Tim Field Detection TechnologiesIntroductionPoint Detection TechnologiesIonization/Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS)Flame PhotometryInfrared SpectroscopyElectrochemistrySurface Acoustic WavePhotoionization DetectorsMiscellaneous Detection TechnologiesStandoff DetectorsLaboratory Analytical InstrumentsIntroductionMass Spectrometry (MS)ChromatographyEvaluation of Chemical Detection EquipmentSelection FactorsEquipment Evaluation CategoriesIntroduction to Biological Detection StatusCurrent Limitations in Our Ability To Cope with Biological AttacksClinical Detection Technology Analysis and TrendsEnvironmental Detection Technology Analysis and TrendsSecurity Technologies Part 2, Detection Strategies for SecurityDevelopment of Strategies for Defense Against BioweaponsResearch and DevelopmentDevelopment of New TechnologiesSome New BiodetectorsFlow CytometersBiological Detectors at WorkDecontaminating a SiteGovernment and Agencies Ponder ActionsThe Wake-Up CallComputerized National Health NetworkConsortium Aims To Create Standards for Biodefense TechnologyNational Research Council Plan Places R&D in Pivotal RoleSecurity Technologies Part 2, Detection of Nuclear ThreatNuclear Materials: A Terrorist ThreatWeapons-Grade MaterialsRadiological Dispersion Device--Dirty BombsBackgroundDetectors: The First Line Of DefenseGeiger Mueller CountersNational Laboratory Evaluates Detectors for Cargo ContainersNoninvasive System for the Measurement of Unauthorized SubstancesWe are Not SafeMinimizing the Theft of Nuclear MaterialsIntroductionMonitoring To Control Theft of SNM Monitoring StrategiesNew Detector DevelopmentsTiny Device Can Detect Hidden Nuclear Weapons; MaterialsNabbing Nuclear Smugglers Detection System To Boost Anti-Terror EffortsSecurity Technologies Part 2, Chemical- and Biological-Agent Detection; Market DynamicsDetection Market ConsiderationsBefore and After 9-11Market Drivers and RestraintsIndustry ChallengesStrategic ConclusionsStandoff Detection SystemsMarket Forecasts and TrendsRevenue ForecastDemand AnalysisFirst RespondersThe Civilian SectorTechnology TrendsGeneral TechnologiesPCRFlow CytometryAerosol Particle SizersMicroilluminationAntibody Antigen Particle TestsStandoff Laser Biological-Agent Detection--XM-94UV/IR LIDARMass Spectrometry Ongoing Methods DevelopmentCompetitive Factors AnalysisFast Detection Time Low False-Alarm RatesNetwork Compatibility DurabilitySmall Unit Size Low Unit CostLow Power Usage Summary of Opportunities and ConsiderationsDual Chemical and Biological DetectionChemical Warfare Agent Detection MarketBiological Warfare Agent Detection Market Factors To ConsiderSecurity Technologies Part 2, Directions of Chemical and Biological DetectionRecent Research Developments in DetectionSensing Numerous Chemicals Hybrid Biochemical Sensor for Multiple SensingEconomical Sensors To Monitor PollutantsEarly Detection of Chemical Warfare Detecting ContaminantsHandheld Devices Use Lysin To Battle AnthraxNovel BiosensorDetect Invisible Biological Agents FasterDNA Detection Gets Cheaper and EasierHandheld Device Analyzes Wine and PatientsUltraviolet Light Source Will Detect BioagentsDiscovery Prompts Call for Biowarfare Agreement ReviewMake Genetic Diagnosis without Labels New Chemical-Sensing Path Opened Simplify the Electronic NoseToday's Automated Laboratory AnalyzersAutomated SystemsTransport of Samples and Consumables ProcessingAnalytical TechniquesControl and CommunicationsInternet ConnectivityThe Future of Commercial Analyzer SystemsOpportunities in Analytical Method CommercializationTest Strips and Field Test KitsOpportunities in Biological-Agent-Detection TechnologyIssues and ChallengesField TestsBiotechnology Future in the MilitaryBiotechnology Future in the MilitarySecurity Technologies Part 2, Current Research in Chemical and Biological DetectionInnovative Detector SystemsNanoprismsMEMS PebblesArtificial NosesDetecting Trace Residues Using NanowiresDetecting Plastic ExplosivesStudies Find that Bees Are Potential Chemical-; Biological-Agent DetectorsLaser Technology Promises Faster Identification of Bioterror BugsSecurity Technologies Part 2, Chemical- and Biological-Agent-Detection Companies and Their ProductsChemical and Biological Detection Companies and Their ProductsChemical- and Biological-Agent-Detection Companies and Their ProductsSecurity Technologies Part 2, Recent Patents in Chemical- and Biological-Agent-Detection TechnologiesRecent Patents in Chemical- and Biological-Agent-Detection TechnologiesRecent Patents in Chemical- and Biological-Agent-Detection TechnologiesSecurity Technologies Part 2, Technical Insights' 2002 Science and Technology AwardsSecurity Technologies AwardsAwards OverviewTechnology Innovation Technology Leadership




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