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Israeli company showcases new sanitization technology at Atlantic City International Airport

Selena Vazquez For The Press It was like a scene from a sci-fi movie Wednesday morning at Atlantic City International Airport, as ultraviolet disinfecting lights shot out of domes and artificial intelligence systems read a volunteer’s vitals without ever touching them. However, the things being shown aren’t so far off into the future, as newly developed sanitization and disease detection technologies will make their way into airports and public places for the first time in the United States within the next few months. Israel Aerospace Industries North America, a U.S. subsidiary of Israel’s largest aerospace and defense company, revealed…
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