Radiation contour surveying made simple
By Canadian Security
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc, has announced the lightweight Thermo Scientific Matrix ARIS Mobile Detection System. The system uses spectroscopic identification technology, Natural Background Rejection (NBR) technology, ARIS Advanced Radioisotope Identification System, and real-time monitoring and analysis software.
Background radiation contour surveying is made simple with a combination of gamma and neutron probes, the ARIS radioisotope identification system, and a laptop running the analysis. Data is coordinated with GPS. When radiation readings are above user-selected levels, the system automatically triggers an alarm to notify the operator.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.