A process which is among the imperatives when it comes to security passes and procedures is the scanning and detection of products and commodities. These things can range from a wide array of different kinds of substances and products which are essentially required to be scanned every time for their legality and legitimacy.
To make the entire process easier and less cumbersome for mind, a chemist at the University of Houston is working around developing special sensors for all detection purposes. It intends to monitor every thing right from explosives to tainted milk. The illegal activities at airports and other traveling passes are on a rise and they plan to curb the same by putting in some efforts in that direction.
Highly dangerous substances and contraband food items are among the most smuggled stuff; hence the try is to subside the detection of the objects at the very first go. Most of the times, such items are seen to bypass the security systems, failing all kinds of sensors and interceptors; however the new work is aimed at building a robust set of sensors that would work more efficiently and would hold better capacity to track more and a huge range of entire physical matter.