The NY Times had a nice piece about our Vapor Detection Prison Program.
OPELIKA, Ala. — All dressed up in a shiny new red shirt, little Opelika could not stand still in the anteroom of the City Council chambers. And who could blame her? In a few minutes she would meet the mayor of this Alabama city for which she is named. Her meltingly calm mother, Lily, ignored her fidgeting.
They were being honored this day for their community service, and midway through the presentation, as little ones will do, Opelika stole the show from the starchy lawmakers: She barked.
AMTRAK has over 30 million passengers a year and they use Vapor Detection:
For 25 years, Auburn’s College of Veterinary Medicine has had a canine detection program, building on science and research to grow it into today’s internationally respected leader in the research and training of working dogs. This summer Vapor Detection detection technology, created by researchers and canine training experts at Auburn, received a U.S. patent.