Kromek receives new Nuclear Security order from US federal entity

Kromek, a leading developer of radiation and bio-detection technology solutions for the advanced imaging and CBRN detection segments, announces that it has received an order from a US federal entity for the Group’s D3S-ID wearable nuclear radiation detector. The order is worth $695,000 and is

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NuGBall and NuVision by Nuvia

Whilst at the 5th CBRN R&I Conference in Lille last week, we got to catch up with the team from Nuvia, and find out what new tech they have on offer. 

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Todd Research receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2022

Todd Research, a global expert in threat detection X-ray equipment for safety and security, is delighted to have been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2022 for its outstanding TR15 and TR40 cabinet X-ray scanners. This prestigious award recognises Todd Research’s ongoing

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Teledyne FLIR identiFINDER R425 and R700 webinars

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Teledyne FLIR is pleased to announce the upcoming free virtual webinars, to cover the identiFINDER R425 and the recently released highly sensitive, spectroscopic backpack, the identiFINDER R700.  

These webinars will include a mix of videos,

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Wearable Air Sampler Detects Personal Exposure to SARS-CoV-2

Originally published by Yale School of Health

Masks, physical distancing, good hygiene, and ventilation can help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 in public places. But even when these measures are taken, scientists have sometimes detected SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19,

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SPH Engineering Introduces UAV-based Remote Water Sampling System

SPH Engineering introduces the Remote Water Sampling System, a new UAV-based solution within UgCS Integrated Systems product line. The trial flight was conducted at a Latvian lake to proceed with water sampling for subsequent analysisin a laboratory.

The main benefit of this brand new

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Kromek to supply ‘dirty bomb’ detectors to United States

Sedgefield-based Kromek Group plc has announced a contract worth up to $1.6m to provide its world-leading radiation detection equipment to a US federal entity.

Kromek’s D3S-ID wearable nuclear radiation detector is designed to enable first responders, armed forces, border security and

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GE Research Developing Handheld, Wearable Detector

Scientists at GE Research have won a five-year award from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) to develop a Compact Vapor Chemical Agent Detector (CVCAD) to provide first responders with an early warning of the presence of dangerous chemicals in all-weather and field-operational

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Kromek to exhibit for the first time at the Emergency Services Show

Kromek, the County Durham-based radiation detection specialists, will be exhibiting for the first time at the Emergency Services Show, run in conjunction with The Security Event, at the NEC in Birmingham from September 7-9 2021. (Stand T20) The show brings together under one roof the different

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MRICD develops chemical exposure field diagnostic system

From APG News: 

Drawing from the technology used by diabetics to monitor their glucose levels, Dr. Shane Kasten at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense developed an ultra-portable, easy to use device to provide early warning of suspected exposure to a

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Kromek awarded Nuclear Detection contract worth a minimum of $960,000

Kromek, a worldwide supplier of detection technology focusing on the medical, security screening and nuclear markets, announces that it has been awarded a contract worth a minimum of $960,000 in the Nuclear Detection segment, of which approximately $150,000 will be realised in the current

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Introducing the TacticID Mobile

B&W Tek are excited to introduce the TacticID Mobile, the newest addition to their TacticID family of handheld Raman products for police, first responders and security personnel to rapidly identify unknown samples in the field. This 1064-nm Raman has an ergonomic design with a large

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