Radiological and nuclear detection products included on MRIGlobal's CBRNE Tech Index include both specific and non-selective sensors that alert users of the presence of potential threats. The include large vehicle-scale analytical systems, hand-held meters, and a large range of products in-between. CBRNE Tech Index focuses on radiological and nuclear detection products that can provide users with the detection and identification of a specific radioisotope. Sensors that simply identify any source(s) of radiation are also included. Tangential to the true radiological and nuclear detection products are the imaging products that are routinely used by private security and U.S. Government in the screening and inspection of ports, border crossings, mass gatherings, and other high-priority locations. Imaging products do not typically (but can) identify a specific radiological threat, but visualize locations that warrant increased scrutiny.
The "RN" in CBRNE truly means all radiological and nuclear detection products - not only WMD threats but routine monitoring and analyses such as those used in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, environmental, food safety, academic, law enforcement, manufacturing, industrial equipment, and countless other industries. The CBRNE Tech Index team at MRIGlobal works daily to add both existing and emerging radiological and nuclear detection technologies and products to the site. The database currently contains over 125 radiological and nuclear detection products for your reference.