PGIS-2/Backpack

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The instrument is designed for portable or backpack application for radiation detection and monitoring in a variety of environments.

The system is auto calibrated by natural photo peaks, consisting of a detector unit, integrated with GPS, and a data logger unit (PEICore) based on state-of-the-art Android portable devices, such as a smart-phone, a tablet or a notebook. The detector can be equipped with a NaI(Tl) crystal of various volumes ranging from 0.347 liter up to 2 liters.

The PGIS-2 provides continuous time and location synchronized data acquisition, recording of a full spectra, real-time dose calculation from spectra, isotope detection capabilities, visual and audible alarming of preset events, stationary data accumulation and synchronized comments that send data to the server option

 

 

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The system is suitable but not limited to the following applications:

  • Social Events Security Monitoring (Sports Games, Concerts, Public Meetings, Festivals, etc.)
  • Indoor and Outdoor First Response HAZMAT
  • Public sites and facilities undercover monitoring
  • Contaminated areas detailed study and mapping
  • Detailed area monitoring and background radiation mapping
  • Small scale search and recovery of unattended radioactive sources
  • Potential radiological threat identification
  • Radiation protection and control tasks

Typical PGIS-2/Backpack System Description

DETECTION UNITPGIS-2_PGIS-2-1

A standard Detection Unit consists of a large effective volume NaI(Tl) scintillation crystal (either 0.347, 1 or 2 Liters), GPS and supporting electronics. The Detection Unit can be customized with GM tube and Neutron detector. The Detection Unit standard is set in a rugged plastic case with a handle. The Detection Unit is connected to the Data Acquisition via Bluetooth.

The system is self-calibrated and energy stabilized in real-time.

DATA ACQUISITION

The user interface and data acquisition system is based on the Android OS (DAQ, PEICore) ., allowing the operator to control surveillance parameters, including map-view navigation, real-time data acquisition, and real-time spectra in a chart or waterfall view. The Audio and/or Visual alarms can notify the operator of a potential threat. A notification can be forwarded to the reachback center.

The collected data is ready for mapping and reporting right after a mission. The data can be exported to ASCII, Binary or KMZ format (using PEIConvert)  for following visualization with GIS applications.

 

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For more information and enquiries on IRIS, please refer to the IRIS brochure or contact us at pei@picoenvirotec.com