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Johns Hopkins APL Develops Remote-Controlled System to Support Railway Incident Assessment

rail-lineTYSONS CORNER, VA, July 29, 2016 — Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has created a remote-controlled system designed to provide reconnaissance data to law enforcement officials and first responders for railway incident assessments, ExecutiveBiz said Thursday.

APL said Wednesday its Instrumented Rail Inspection System works to detect chemicals and hazardous materials on the track site using its sensors as well as visible and near-infrared cameras.

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