Browsing by Subject "Emergency"
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(2017)In overloaded or partially broken (i.e., non-operational) cellular networks, it is imperative to enable communication within the crowd to allow the management of emergency and crisis situations. To this end, a variety of ...
Trace detection of endogenous human volatile organic compounds for search, rescue and emergency applications (2015)Since Pauling's paper in the 1970s, interest has increased in volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released from different bio-fluids, such as blood and urine. A number of VOCs reflect internal biochemical pathways occurring ...