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April 8th, 2003

GIS, Information Technology, and BioTech Supporting Homeland Security

Abstract:
Currently, the sensor networks with communications capabilities have been produces that are as small as a penny. In the future NanoTechnology will create miniature sensors so small they could be woven directly into the fabric of a chair or in the layers of plastic in a milk carton or maybe even within the ink on a piece of paper.

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