Is it possible to smell COVID-19? The SecureAmerica Institute answered that question last November with the Worlds Protect breathalyzer kiosk, which uses artificial intelligence to “smell” or detect COVID-19 on an exhaled breath. The next step is to make this technology even more accessible.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station was one of five teams awarded grants totaling about $25 million from the Department of Defense to help embed emerging smart technologies like advanced robotics and augmented reality into areas such as defense manufacturing.
The SecureAmerica Institute is partnering with Project MFG to host competitions for students and address manufacturing skills gaps. A team from Bryan ISD competed in qualifying rounds last week in Jacksonville, Texas, for a chance to win a $100,000 grand prize.
Dr. Eleftherios Iakovou is working on a holistic end-to-end supply chain management data-driven framework to detect problems and increase resiliency and agility of supply chains in the United States.
The SecureAmerica Institute will provide necessary resources and industry connections to support MetPeel, a new low-temperature, single-step mechanical process to make steel sheet and strip that reduces energy consumption and carbon emissions in one of the hardest sectors to decarbonize — steel.