Come and see the D3S wearable RIID at Hotzone 2018


Hotzone 2018

The Hotzone 2018 is designed for local fire, police, emergency management personnel, emergency medical services, health care providers, and state and federal response personnel who participate directly in the incident command system or in its immediate support at the scene of a hazmat response or terrorist event.

Participants will come from Federal Region 6: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.

To keep your staff and your citizens safe you need fast and reliable detection of a radiological threat. The D3S wearable RIID is designed to sit in a pocket, pack or pouch and constantly scan for radioactive sources making sure you know the level of radiation and type of isotopes encountered, this extra knowledge allows you to react appropriately – all while keeping your hands free for other tasks. The D3S wearable RIID is available in either a networked or stand-alone configuration.

D3S gamma neutron detector rugged case

D3S rugged event case fitted to an ATV ready for rapid deployment

See the D3S wearable RIID in action at Hotzone HazMat Conference 2018 on the Kromek booth (booth 317).

Over 10,000 D3S detectors are currently deployed, it is the only portable detector certified for use with the DARPA Sigma Network.

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