JMAR to test water monitoring system on cruise ship

May 16, 2005 — JMAR Technologies Inc., which develops laser-based equipment for imaging, analysis and fabrication at the nanoscale, announced today that a North American cruise ship operator plans to install JMAR’s waterborne microorganism early warning system and conduct a two-month beta test in mid-June. JMAR will provide one BioSentry unit to monitor for Cryptosporidium, Giardia and E.coli in the drinking water supply onboard one ship.

JMAR said the cruise line may purchase one unit at the completion of testing, and will consider implementing additional systems on multiple ships for a variety of uses including monitoring spas and swimming pools. BioSentry is a laser-based early-warning system that monitors, detects and classifies waterborne microorganisms in real time.


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