• Berkeley Nucleonics (BNC) has released its latest in Backpack Radiation Detectors, the Model SAMPack 120-D. The new design includes dual scintillation detectors which deliver unmatched directionality functions.

  • Kromek (AIM: KMK), a radiation detection technology company focusing on the medical, security and nuclear markets, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded two new contracts from the US Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (“DTRA”), an agency of the US Department of Defense, to develop next generation radiation detection solutions for the purposes of national defence and security. The two contracts are worth a minimum of $2.6 million to be delivered over the next three years, with a potential two-year extension to $3.3 million, with revenue generation commencing under both contracts in the current financial year.

  • Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced that UK Border Force is now using Resolve, the company’s handheld Raman system, to detect bulk chemicals—whether benign, hazardous, or illegal—through opaque packages and containers.

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  • Berkley Nucleonics make major changes to their SAMpack 120 with the latest feature - directionality!

  • Progeny ResQ 1064nm handheld Raman analyzers selected to support global efforts to counter illicit diversion and trafficking of precursor chemicals used in explosive devices

  • FLIR announced the launch of their FLIR identiFINDER R200-GN spectroscopic personal radiation detector (SPRD), their latest addition to the identiFINDER R200-Series handheld radiation security solutions. The rugged, pager-sized FLIR identiFINDER R200-GN SPRD can detect neutrons, in addition detecting and identifying gamma radiation.

  • FLIR Systems has announced a new guidebook for CBRNE professionals entitled ‘10 Things You Need to Know About Handheld Explosives Trace Detectors’.

  • We are pleased to announce that Army Reserve Brigadier General Douglas Cherry, Deputy Commanding General, 76th Operational Readiness Command, has agreed to be a plenary speaker at Convergence 2018.

    Head over to our event page to see the latest programme and updates.

  • We are very pleased to announce that Eric L. Moore, Ph.D, Director, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, will be joining us in Orlando as a plenary speaker.

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