Outsmarting enveloped viruses

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We can detect airborne and surface viruses using high definition lenses, cantilevers, drones, robots, conveyor belts, artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms.

WE DETECT THE E, M, AND S PROTEIN

WE DETECT THE E, M, AND S PROTEIN

How we detect viruses and bacteria

Detection with 98.9% accuracy.

Pathogens (bacteria and viruses) have certain behaviors and physical characteristics such as colors, sizes, weights shapes. Our library of billions of data points are cataloged, categorized, analyzed and with each scan learns about pathogens. The data obtained is from airborne and surface pathogens  in singular and clusters form. 

How our Artificial Intelligence Identifier Application gets the job done.  In the past, viruses and bacteria were carted off to a lab to utilize high definition lenses to capture pictures of such.  Then a lab technician analyzed the sample and made a determination.  This process took time. Our mobile and stationary AI applications are very accurate and instantaneously disclose findings.  

The AI application has two separate components that work separately or together depending on what the application requires. Applications range from from small residences to large municipal buildings.

For small residences, drones and robots embedded with high definition (electron and light) lenses (and condensers) work together and transmit high definition pictures in pieces to cell phones, laptops, and then servers to identify the pathogens.

For large municipalities or hospitals, perpendicular conveyor belts run through each floor and collect billions (exascale) data points by drones and robots exchanging microscope slide and plates on the conveyor belts. Numerous electron and light microscopes and sometimes x-ray machines are used with the conveyor belts to process data. 

Drone

DETECT

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DESTROY

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TECHNO-CLEAN

Detect thru Technology
Destroy with peptides and Rhamnolipid Biosurfacants
Techno-Clean to prevent & eliminate present & future life-threatening events