Real time air monitoriing
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The idea is to develop a device able to monitor environmental air in real time, detecting the presence of bacteria much faster than conventional methods.
The system will use optical technology to detect the size and fluorescence of airborne particulates, determining whether the particle is inert or biological through the presence of intrinsic fluorescence. The analysis of single particles will provide a greater sensitivity of detection, and the device will able to monitor the environment constantly, providing warnings in real-time.
The device will be an asset in areas such as healthcare, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical manufacturing.