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India to Deploy Radiation Detectors at Key Airports

Abstract:

The government of India will install radiation detection systems at key airports across the country and work to integrate the equipment with the X-ray machines. The integration project has been assigned to Electronics Corporation of India.

Abstract Number: 20100480
Headline: India to Deploy Radiation Detectors at Key Airports
Date: October 2010
Bibliography: "Soon, major airports to install systems for radioactive checks," The Financial Express, 21 October 2010, www.financialexpress.com
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