‘Smell of dollars’ could catch smugglers

August 15, 2014

By James Morgan Science reporter, BBC News, San Francisco Criminals are smuggling billions in US bank notes into Mexico every year, but help could be on the way for border guards. A machine that can “smell” dollars – like a sniffer dog senses narcotics – is being developed. For the first time, chemists have captured […]

Sniffing Out Smuggled Money Is About to Get Easier With New Device

August 14, 2014

By Lucy Westcott Filed: 8/13/14 at 2:01 PM Sniffing out illegal wads of cash will soon become easier for border patrol guards with the development of a new device that aims to stem the illicit flow of roughly $30 billion in U.S. currency into Mexico every year. The Bulk Currency Detection System (BCDS) is a device that […]

Sniffing out billions in US currency smuggled across the border to Mexico: VIDEO

Video of our press conference at the ACS National Meeting discussing our project with DHS to detect smuggled US currency. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/51295397 Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

KWJ Engineering Showcases R&D Capabilities at ACS Annual Meeting: Currency Detection

August 13, 2014

Note to journalists: Please report that this research will be presented at a meeting of the American Chemical Society. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12, 2014 — Criminals are smuggling an estimated $30 billion in U.S. currency into Mexico each year from the United States, but help could be on the way for border guards, researchers will […]

Low Level Carbon Monoxide Kills Pets and Sickens Santa Fe Couple

June 19, 2014

Please click the link, or copy and paste the link in your browser to view the video http://www.koat.com/news/new-mexico/albuquerque/carbon-monoxide-poisoning/26540092

KWJ and Georgia Tech to Present “Fast, Sensitive, Ultra-low Power Thermal Conductivity Micro Sensor”

May 12, 2014

KWJ Engineering in association with Georgia Tech University will present a paper on “Fast, Sensitive, Ultra-low Power Thermal Conductivity Micro Sensor” Technology at the Hilton Head Meeting (MEMS Group). See the link for a preview of the presentation poster. 2014 Hilton Head Meeting

Killed in his bed by a carbon monoxide leak… from the house next door: Doctors fear danger gas is triggering heart attacks, brain damage and strokes

January 13, 2014

Dominic Rodgers, 10, from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, died in his sleep Poisonous carbon monoxide from neighbour’s house had killed him By CAROL DAVIS PUBLISHED: 17:36 EST, 6 January 2014 | UPDATED: 06:54 EST, 7 January 2014 Dominic Ridgers aged 10. He died from carbon monoxide poisoning The moment Stacey Rodgers stepped into her ten-year-old son Dominic’s bedroom one cold morning, […]

SPEC Sensors Enable New Health, Safety, and Wellness Products

January 6, 2014

Consumers and businesses are searching for sensor-based products that can improve their health, safety and their bottom line. Specifically, gas sensors are needed by consumers to monitor their bodies and their environment, protecting them from unseen threats and improving their contextual awareness. Businesses need to protect their assets and infrastructure while becoming more efficient through […]

BREAKING NEWS!! CO Application Note!

December 17, 2013

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SMALL SENSORS FOR GAS DETECTION & BUILDING EFFICIENCY

September 11, 2013

KWJ Engineering uses advanced manufacturing processes to open up new applications for gas sensors to improve health, safety, and efficiency. The device can detect a specific gas, like methane or carbon monoxide, while avoiding false alarms. by DMASS STAFF on SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 INNOVATION SUMMARY Anywhere people live or work, gas sensors play an important role in monitoring for […]

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