The RadCam is a radiation detection camera that locates gamma radiation sources by acquiring and superimposing a color-coded nuclear image over a video image of the interrogated area.
|Radiation Monitoring Devices, Inc
|Identifiers; Forensics; Screening;
|The RadCam is a radiation detection camera that locates gamma radiation sources by acquiring and superimposing a color-coded nuclear image over a video image of the interrogated area.
|Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
|User Feedback Sources
|Indifferent/No user feedback
|None; The system is designed for harsh-environment field use and includes a ruggedized lap-top computer
|Data Analysis Support Equipment
|Laptop; Microsoft™ Windows 7; RadCam™ rapid, real-time, image display, and processing. MS Windows standard file handling, naming, and saving
|No; cannot detect or add new targets
|Bq; <3.7 x 10^4 to >3.7 x 10^4 Bq
|Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
|<5 minutes; 2 minutes at 40m, 20 seconds at 3m
|<1 day training