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Terrorist Threat and its Implications for Sensor Technologies
Jennifer L. Brower (au)
Terrorists capable of executing multiple, coordinated attacks continue to rely on traditional weapons rather than risk the uncertainty of chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) weapons. We have not yet seen the use of weapons of mass destruction foreshadowed by the 1995 Sarin attacks in Tokyo, the discovery of al Qaeda’s crude biological weapons program in Afghanistan, and the anthrax attacks in the U.S. in 2001. What do the use of traditional weapons and innovative tactics mean for the future of terrorism? This paper describes the current understanding of the global terrorist threat incl. the use of CBRN weapons. Discusses the implications for sensor res., particularly for chemical and biological agents and radioactive materials.
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