Population Monitoring/Radiological Emergency Response
Mobile Contamination Characterization Center (MC3)
In a nuclear large scale radioactive material contamination scenario, there could be tens to hundreds of thousands of individuals evacuating the event epicenter.
- Emergency responders want the evacuation to minimize the spread of contamination, demanding a quarantined perimeter
- Population must be individually monitored for radiological contamination at the perimeter then channeled appropriately for action
- Delays increase the amount of time radioactive material remains on people
- Danger of public hysteria and panic rises as the situation continues unresolved
Armed only with conventional instrumentation, today’s radiological emergency responders would be faced with a daunting or impossible task to monitor, sort and clear the affected population in response to terrorist scenarios involving nuclear materials.
UniTech’s Mobile Contamination Characterization Center (MC3) provides the efficient public monitoring and decontamination throughput needed in emergency situations.
Patent No. US 8,637,842 B2
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