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New York, July 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Automotive Cyber Security Market Research Report by Security, by Form, by Vehicle, by Electric Vehicle, by Application - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05913367/?utm_source=GNWOn the basis of Security, the Automotive Cyber Security Market is studied across Application Security, Endpoint Security, and Wireless Network Security.On the basis of Form, the Automotive Cyber Security Market is studied across External Cloud Services and In-Vehicle.On the basis of Vehicle, the Automotive Cyber Security Market is studied across Commercial Vehicle and Passenger Car.On the basis of Electric Vehicle, the Automotive Cyber Security Market is studied across Battery Electric Vehicle, Hybrid Electric Vehicle, and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle.On the basis of Application, the Automotive Cyber Security Market is studied across ADAS & Safety System, Body Control & Comfort System, Communication System, Infotainment System, Powertrain System, and Telematics System.On the basis of Geography, the Automotive Cyber Security Market is studied across Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East & Africa. The Americas region is studied across Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and United States. The Asia-Pacific region is studied across Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea,
SANTIAGO (AFP) - Police in Chile are training dogs to detect people that may be infected with the novel coronavirus by sniffing their sweat. The dogs - three golden retrievers and a labrador - are between the ages of four and five. Until now they have been used to sniff out illicit drugs, explosives and lost people, police say. The training programme is a joint effort by Chile's national police, the Carabineros, and specialists at the Universidad Catolica de Chile. It follows in the footsteps of similar efforts taking place in France, said Mr Julio Santelices, head of the police school of specialties. Dogs have 330 million olfactory receptors, and an ability to detect smells 50 times better than humans. They can also smell 250 people per hour. "The virus has no smell, but rather the infection generates metabolic changes" which in turn leads to the release of a particular type of sweat "which is what the dog would detect", Dr Fernando Mardones, a Universidad Catolica professor of veterinary epidemiology, told AFP. According to Mr Santelices, tests in Europe and Dubai shown a 95 per cent efficiency rate in canine detection of Covid-19 cases. Medical Detection Dogs, a British charity set up in 2008 to harness dogs' sharp sense of smell to detect human diseases, also started training canines to detect Covid-19 in late March. FOUR-LEGGED BIODETECTORS "The importance of this scientific study is that it will allow dogs to become biodetectors, and detect this type of illness at an early stage," Mr Santelices told AFP. Dr Mardones said that there is already evidence that dogs can detect diseases such as tuberculosis, parasite infections, and even early stages of cancer. Canines can detect subtle changes in skin temperature, potentially making them useful in determining if a person has a fever. According to the World Organisation for Animal Health, the possibility of contagion from a dog is remote. The canine trainees began their education one month ago, and will use sweat samples taken from Covid-19 patients being treated at the Universidad Catolica's clinic. The experts hope to have the dogs trained and working in the field by August. The plan is to deploy them with an officer in pedestrian-heavy areas such as train stations and airports, and at health control stations. Chile on Tuesday reported 1,836 new cases of Covid-19 - the lowest figure in two months - bringing the total of cases since March 3 to 319,493. The viral infection has killed more than 11,000 people, according to the most recent Health Ministry official report, which includes "probable" Covid-19 victims.
PRAGUE (AFP) - A train driver died and dozens of passengers were injured when a passenger train collided with a stationary freight train near Prague, a Czech minister and rescuers said on Wednesday (July 15). "Unfortunately... I have learnt there is one dead," Transport Minister Karel Havlicek told the public broadcaster Czech Television. Rescuers said the deceased man was the driver of the passenger train, which was carrying more than 100 passengers. "He was found lifeless in his wrecked cabin," the regional rescue service wrote on its website. Mr Havlicek told Czech Radio later that the driver had most probably ignored a red light. The accident occurred after 1930 GMT on Tuesday near the town of Cesky Brod, about 30 kilometres east of Prague, on a busy railway connecting the capital with the east of the country. Mr Havlicek said two people had suffered very serious injuries. Rescuers said another eight passengers with very serious injuries and 25 with lighter injuries were taken to hospital. A week ago, two people died and dozens were injured when regional trains crashed in western Czech Republic. Several other minor accidents have been reported on Czech railways over the past week.