NetBotz gets down to the particle level

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NetBotz, intelligent physical security specialist, has released a particle sensor for its electronic alarm system.

The sensor, the company says, can measure airborne particles as small as one micron, and has been designed to interface with its WallBotz 500 physical security monitoring appliance.
 
NetBotz said the sensor has been designed to offer specialist
alarm facilities to environmentally sensitive locations such as data
and telecommunication centres, hospital areas and the like.
 
The firm says that first public customer for the add-on module is
Dubai Internet City, which is using the particle sensor to protect
all of its data centres and telecommunications cabinets.
 
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