Baggage Control Method developed to detect Bombs And Guns using basic Wi-Fi.
Scientists from the Rutgers, Indiana and Purdue Universities have developed a method of detecting explosive chemicals, weapons and bombs through the "Wi-Fi" network.
Using basic Wi-Fi, this new detection system can detect weapons, bombs and explosive chemicals in bags, backpacks and luggage. The Wi-Fi network must be active for this system operation.
According to the researchers, the new system was tested on liquids and 15 different hard objects in bags and plastic packages. The system is 99 per cent accurate when it comes to identifying dangerous and non-dangerous objects. At the same time, it is 97 per cent accurate when determining whether the dangerous object is metal or liquid,