Intelligence researchers eye ultra-low-power chemical sensing technology for perimeter security

WASHINGTON – U.S. Intelligence researchers are surveying industry for enabling technologies in ultra-low-power chemical sensing devices for long-term chemical monitoring without human oversight in forensic analysis, border protection, perimeter security, and production monitoring.

Officials of the U.S. Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA) in Washington issued a request for information Friday (IARPA-RFI-18-04) for the Components and Capabilities for Ultra-Low-Power Chemical Sensing Devices project, which is part of the Molecular Analyzer for Efficient Gas-phase Low-power INterrogation (MAEGLIN) program.

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