SPIR-Ident™ Mobile

Advanced Spectroscopy Platform
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Divison
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SPIR-Ident™ Mobile

Advanced Spectroscopy Platform
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Division
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The SPIR-Ident Mobile Platform is a modular and scalable system that can be configured for easy deployment in vehicles, compact transportable modules, or in low profile (stealth) configurations.

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Features

  • Very sensitive nuclear detection and real-time nuclide identification
  • Modular design suitable for multiple configurations: car, boat, or aircraft.
  • Advanced algorithm for nuclide identification, categorization into NORM, medical, industrial, and Special Nuclear Materials (SNM), and nuclear threat assessment.
  • Post event contamination level mapping
  • Supervision software 

Description

The SPIR-Ident Mobile Platform utilizes large advanced gamma spectroscopic detectors, various neutron detection modules and sophisticated algorithms to deliver fast and reliable detection and real-time nuclide identification capabilities for military, homeland security, law enforcement, and environmental applications. The SPIR-Ident Mobile Platform is a modular and scalable system that can be configured for easy deployment in vehicles, compact transportable modules, or in low profile (stealth) configurations.

The SPIR-Ident Mobile system can be powered by a single USB connection from a Laptop computer. The SpirVIEW Mobile™ software provides mapping, data reach back and mission replay capabilities.

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Support

Americas
5000 Highlands Parkway Suite 150
Smyrna, GA 30082

Sales Phone: 770.432.2744
Support Phone: 770.432.2744

Support and Sales for Health Physics and Radiation Monitoring Systems products in the Americas.

Europe | Middle East | Africa
174 Route d'Eyguières
FR-13113 Lamanon, France

Sales Phone: +33 4 90 59 59 59
Support Phone: +33 4 90 59 60 60

Sales and Service for Health Physics and Radiation Monitoring Systems in Europe, the Middle East and Africa