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Distributed sensor network with a common processing platform for CBMRNE devices and novel applications

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An integrated chemical, biological, metals, radiation, nuclear, explosives sensor system I-CBMRNE deployed on a common platform supports chemical, biological, metals, radiation, nuclear, explosives (CBMRNE) surveillance systems. The common platform provides a database for collected sensor and video data, spectral analysis for sensor data, pattern recognition systems, data analysis and communications. An I-CBMRNE sensor system provides modular sensor interfaces to enable integration of any commercial off the shelf or proprietary sensor, and provides for ease of integration for new sensor technologies as they emerge. An I-CBMRNE sensor system provides critical functions for sensor support enabling accurate calibrated data to be presented for analysis.

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