Newly developed biosensor devices linked to smartphones could help medical practitioners dramatically cut down the real-time detection rates in the battle against COVID-19 and other future viral outbreaks.
Scientists and engineers have created a novel Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) platform to aid biosensor devices to detect biological species and help control the spread of virus outbreaks. Biosensors are devices used to detect the presence of biological agents such as viruses. The approach could help track and trace people with an infection while a vaccine breakthrough could still be many months away.
Various global strategies are in place across the world to help curb the spread of COVID-19, with a coordinated effort involving; population modeling, face mask usage, and developing ventilator capacity. Modeling and simulation experts have now developed an additional tool. The findings demonstrate a novel numerical platform as a new design for biosensor devices. This new system simulates the performance of electronic devices in different design and operating conditions to improve contact tracing within the population.