SRI International Wins $11.6 M DARPA Contract to Develop Early-Warning Chemical Threat Detection System

SRI International has been awarded a multi-year $11.6 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop advanced chemical sensors that can support detection of chemical threats in complex urban environments.

The system, called Localization and Characterization of Chemical Anomalies in Urban Settings (LOCCUS), will be developed under DARPA’s SIGMA+ Program. LOCCUS will be designed for deployment on vehicles that can move through a city to detect trace …read more

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