India to Deploy Radiation Detectors at Key Airports
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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