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. 

The first thing to catch our eye on their booth was the NuGBall.
NuGBall
This clever little device allows fast...

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Kromek awarded £1.7m contract from UK government-related customer

Kromek, a leading developer of radiation and bio-detection technology solutions for the advanced imaging and CBRN detection segments, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract worth £1.7m from an existing UK government-related customer.

The contract is for the provision of CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear)

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BioFlyte Raises $6.1M in Series A Financing to Advance Biothreat Detection Technology

BioFlyte, a biodetection company with a revolutionary new class of fieldable biological threat collection, detection, and identification solutions, today announced that it raised $6.1M in new financing led by Cottonwood Technology Fund with additional funding from existing investor Anzu Partners. BioFlyte will use this new funding to support field validation and the initial...

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Teledyne FLIR Defense Integrates MUVE C360 Chemical Hazard Sensor on Spot Quadruped!

Teledyne FLIR Defense, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:TDY), announced that it has teamed with MFE Inspection Solutions to integrate the FLIR MUVE™ C360 multi-gas detector on Boston Dynamics’ Spot® robot and commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS). The integrated solutions will enable remote monitoring of chemical threats in industrial and public safety applications.

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Hazardous Materials: Spills and Soil Contamination – an ION Science webinar

Statistics from the Department of Transportation reveal that 21,539 hazardous material incidents occurred within 2021 in the United States alone. These incidences can have a detrimental effect on the environment and public health, in the long and short term. With increasing scrutiny on companies and individuals to meet stricter environmental targets, mitigating...

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SPH Engineering announces the 3rd generation of the UgCS SkyHub hardware

SPH Engineering announces the 3rd generation of the UgCS SkyHub hardware and releases the largest update of the UgCS SkyHub software ever. The development accumulates the 5 year knowledge of supporting diverse ‘drone and sensor’ integrations for geophysical and hydrographic purposes.  

The UgCS SkyHub hardware is a unique UAV onboard...

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Ukraine conflict: Teal Drones lands first Ukraine-related order

Originally published by Janes 

US-based Teal Drones has received an order for 15 Golden Eagle small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) from a NATO member country that wants to give them to Ukraine, according to Teal parent company Red Cat Holdings.

Although Red Cat did not name the buyer or respond...

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The chemical fog of war  

The chemical fog of war

[BLUF: The more PMCs and foreign fighters we see in the Ukrainian conflict the greater the likelihood of a limited release of toxic industrial chemicals.]

Nearly two weeks ago, when the fear of nuclear[1] or chemical weapon use was palpable, we provided our take...

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