As warfare becomes more asymmetric and enemies look for ways to outsmart their targets, it is time to ensure that your nation’s military has the correct equipment on hand at the correct time so they can help prevent a catastrophic incident. A threat that is becoming more available, capable and its use therefore more probable than ever, is Biological Warfare. The team at Kromek have developed a Biological Sequencing system, a system that enhances Defence Forces’ ability to detect a potential threat and act quickly.
The Biological Threat Detection system is a self-contained, mobile platform allied to a small air sampling system that removes samples from the air at any given, or specified time allowing for early identification of all airborne pathogens days earlier than is currently possible. Whether this system is placed into a military vehicle on a routine patrol, or a static system, placed in a concealed location, air samples are tested and identified before signs and symptoms begin to show in potential infected individuals. This reduces the risk of exposure to the disease for others.
With the data collected sent to a centralised HQ, commanders are able to act instantly, alerting, their units, governments, medical professionals and health organisations, to ensure steps can be taken in preventing disasters.
A nation equipped with both Radiological and Biological Threat detection equipment, has a stronger defence and remains one step ahead of any potential enemies.