The National Aeronautics and Space Admin. (NASA) has granted an exclusive license to SPX Service Solutions, Tucson, AZ, for a patented atmospheric remote sensing technology the agency says will “take an accurate reading of several exhaust gas products as a car passes without slowing down.” The system reportedly will take a measurement of “all gases of interest every one thousandth of a second over a period of one half second.” A team of six NASA personnel invented the “highly sensitive ...

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