Integrated into a CBRNe suite or used as a standalone instrument, our BioFlash Pathogen Identifier is widely adaptable to building biosecurity applications.
Our Zephyr Pathogen Identifier is modular, mobile and delivers results in minutes. The system is ideal for responding to bioterror events in the field.
New BioSensor Expands Company’s Solutions for Plant and Food Pathogen Detection
Baltimore bio tech firm, PathSensors, Inc., announced that it will develop and commercialize a bio-sensor to detect Citrus Greening Disease, also known as Asiatic huanglongbing (HLB). PathSensors will work with the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service to develop and validate the performance of the Citrus Greening / HLB Bio Sensor and design a field deployable assay that can be used by growers in high volume testing environments. According to a recent article in the scientific publication Entomology Today, Citrus Greening or HLB has cost the Florida citrus industry $1.3 billion dollars in crop losses and is a threat to the entire U.S. citrus industry. Read More
BioFlash™ MailGuard™ Detects Anthrax, Ricin and Other Bio Threats in Mail and Suspicious Powders At Fraction of Cost of Alternative Solutions
Baltimore bio tech firm, PathSensors, Inc., announced today the launch of its new BioFlash MailGuard mail security screening solution. The BioFlash MailGuard system provides a fast, highly accurate, easy to use and low cost threat detection solution for government and commercial mail room operations that need to screen mail and packages for potential threats such as anthrax. The system is now in use at a major commercial mail room screening facility thanks to PathSensor’s initial launch customer, a global document management company. Read More