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November 10, 2014 AT 3:00 am

Pentagon Seeking Ideas in Developing Drones That Sense Toxins #drone #droneday

The Pentagon is seeking ideas in developing drones that can detect chemical and biological weapons:

A request for information issued this week for the Thunderstorm Technology Demonstration Program asks industry, academia and government R&D organizations for potential demonstration candidates in two areas: small to mid-size drones that can detect chemical or biological agents, and emerging technologies that could counter small, inexpensive drones carrying a chemical or biological weapon of mass destruction.

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