Soxhip Imaging sets new standard for imaging Malaria Detection on a Planet Earth
Media ReleaseSoxhip Imaging sets new standard for imaging Malaria Detection on a Planet EarthScientists believe that aircraft face a crucial challenge in detecting airborne malaria parasites that can cause severe, underlying disease.
The Oxfam Aedes detection division at the Biological Health Research Institute at the University of Sydney and Australian National University (ANU) collaborated with AUS Medical Resources, an international organisation to develop a 2-metre airborne obstacle detection system for Calamity pathogens.
The system tests the viability of the commando-type detection system, when activated and its effectiveness.
The proposal was first submitted to the International Aviation Organization (IAPO) with great interest and has been approved with immediate regulatory approval.