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  • DARPA’s smart infrared sensor can watch for intruders or monitor for wildfires

    Digital Trends - 09/14/2017

    Researchers at Northeastern University have developed a next generation smart sensor for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that is capable of identifying infrared (IR) wavelengths — without having to have its own always-present power source. Instead, it is powered by the same infrared wavelengths it’s designed to look for.

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