PEO Radiation Detection: Evolution & Developments!
Presentations • Live Demos • Hands-on sessions • Drone Airborne Radiation Mapping
- Radiation Expert?
- employed in CBRN?
- Security Expert?
- Prevention Advisor?
- or Safety Inspector?
Be there on June 13 and go home afterwards with the latest knowledge in the field of radiation detection & identification on land and in the air!
The highlight of the event is a Drone Airborne Radiation Mapping demonstration. This is the first time in the Benelux. The drone technology and airborne radiation mapping technology make it possible to quickly detect ionizing radiation over large areas and to easily identify safety risks.
Together with Kromek – pioneer in the development of radioisotope detectors at critical infrastructures – we demonstrate the latest developments in the field of radiation detection and identification with wireless communication. The professionals give presentations, hands-on sessions and demos. Check the program.
As a radiation safety expert, make sure you witness the first “Live Demo of Drone Airborne Radiation Mapping” in the BeNeLux!
The following spectrometric detection techniques for gamma radiation are also discussed:
- Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) detectors – high resolution at room temperature
- Thallium activated Cesium Iodide (CsI (TI)) detectors
- Internet of Things monitoring (IoT) D3S portable network or stand-alone RIID
After this PEO event, you are up-to-date with the latest developments. And all of this in a harmonious and pleasant atmosphere!
Breakfast, lunch, 2 coffee breaks and a drink + snack at the end are included.
Register now for free for this full-day event!
Also invite your colleagues, be quick; only a limited number of places available.
The primary language of the event is English.
PS. Do you have a strict diet? Please state this when registering. Are you coming by public transport? Then we arrange transportation from the nearest train station.
Would you like to have more information? Contact com@gotoPEO.com or via +31 (0) 24 648 86 88 and ask for the communication department.