Kromek returns to the Counter Threat Symposium 2022


Kromek, the County Durham-based developer and manufacturer of biological and radiological detection equipment, will be exhibiting at the Counter Threat Symposium 2022 at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, stand 5, from 8-10 November 2022.

The Counter Threat Symposium is jointly organised by special interest groups within the ADS Trade Association: CBRN, Counter Explosive Ordnance, Drone Platforms and Counter Drones. It is a forum designed to bring together end users, policy makers, first responders and the industrial supply chain from both the UK and its global partners and allies to consider the current and future counter threat environment.

Kromek will be exhibiting its collection of handheld, wearable and static radiation detectors, including the market leading D3S. Also on display will be Kromek’s groundbreaking Biological Sequencing Platform, which is an automated and autonomous technology solution that detects the presence of airborne and waterborne pathogens for a variety of sample type inputs, including air, liquid, solids, powders and filters.

Kromek will also be demonstrating their new relocatable static radiation detector, the Static Node R. This is a stand-alone system which can be placed in the harshest of environments, to monitor movement of radioactive materials within countries and across borders. The Static Node R comes with multiple communication options so can communicate with a central command centre in real time from any location. This relocatable device is readily deployable at a moment’s notice.

“We are pleased to be returning to the Counter Threat Symposium this year,” said Craig Duff, Kromek’s CBRN Business Manager. “It is an opportunity for us to engage with a wide number of British and overseas procurement officials who are driving CBRN policy at this critical time when the global CBRN threat is escalating. We are looking forward to discussing with them Kromek’s expanding range of radiological and biological detectors.”

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