Stand-Off Detection of Explosives of Suicide Bombers by Means of Open-Path FTIR Spectroscopy

@inproceedings{Weber2006StandOffDO,
  title={Stand-Off Detection of Explosives of Suicide Bombers by Means of Open-Path FTIR Spectroscopy},
  author={Konradin Weber and Christian Fischer and G{\"u}nther van Haren and Horst Krause and Gudrun Bunte and Wenka Schweikert and Thomas H{\"a}rdle},
  year={2006}
}
  • Konradin Weber, Christian Fischer, +4 authors Thomas Härdle
  • Published 2006
  • Materials Science
  • In view of potential terroristic attacks on public areas like airports, metro stations, stadiums etc. it is important to detect suspect persons like suicide bombers before they can bring the explosive to detonation. This detection of the explosives must not be recognized by the suspect persons. It should deliver online results and should be performed in a stand-off way without direct contact to the suspect person (remote sensing). The open-path FTIR spectroscopy is a promising tool for that… CONTINUE READING

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