Our OEM Integration Team can incorporate radiation detection capability into your application. We use a variety of detectors, hardware and software to tailor the solution to your needs. By customizing the detector modules, we can address unusual target areas or requirements for clandestine monitoring. The building blocks we use to customize each installed solution are deployed in large quantity throughout the world.
RD-100 Series Radiation Detection Backpack
The RD-100 Series Radiation Detection Backpacks are used for a wide range of radiological monitoring activities. The RD-100, which runs for 24 hours on a single charge, is used in a roaming fashion for clandestine monitoring of radiation levels. When logged in a command center, these units are displayed as moving icons on a map screen in the Command-and-Control software. When an RD-100 Radiation Detection Backpack detects a radiation events of interest (as defined by the userís ConOps), the wearer is notified via a Smart Phone or Alarm and additional actions are taken as appropriate.
Automated portal monitors are the first defense against illicit trafficking of radioactive and nuclear materials, including across international borders or ports of entry, as well as into individual government and private buildings. They are designed to monitor the traffic flow of people and vehicles including cars, trucks, trains, etc.
OEM Radiation Detection Solutions
Our Discrete Nuclear Detection Sensor (DNDS) offers a small footprint which allows for easy integration into existing enclosures. The self-contained module has a number of options which will be tailored to the application. For example, it can be powered by a small battery for many days while it monitors radiation and stores spectroscopic information. In addition to monitoring a range of radiological parameters, it can export data through RF, BlueTooth, IRDA, Ethernet, or other communication protocols.
QCC Developer Kit
QCC (Quadratic Compression Conversion) is an exciting new breakthrough in NaI spectroscopy that allows rapid identification of nuclear materials using room temperature detectors. Most notably, the QCC technique can provide near real-time spectroscopic data for screening applications when the user needs to make immediate decisions on proper procedures to follow. If QCC is used in a RIID, the user can obtain fast and easy identification of isotopes or groups (SNM, MED, NORM, etc). If QCC is used in a personnel portal or baggage scanning conveyor belt, the user system can send the data in real time to an expert for reachback support. There are a variety of networks on the market able to tie radiation detection products and personnel together. Why not use the fastest identification technology available to advance yours? Give us a call to discuss a QCC license and developer kit.