Radiation Monitoring System provides appropriate turn-key solutions for measurement, data acquisition, processing, reporting and analysis of radiation and radioactivity concentration data as well as radionuclides dispersion and contamination simulations for hydrometeorological institutes, nuclear regulatory authorities, civil defense, radiation protection authorities or researchers.
Radiation Monitoring System solutions can be used within national networks to monitor a potential danger from radioactive plume dispersion from unknown or unpredictable source as well as in the vicinity of Nuclear Power Plants or different facilities participating in the nuclear fuel cycle.
Different sensors and detection systems can be used: from Radiation Probes giving the basic information about the actual dose rate and early warning to fully automatic Aerosol Monitors providing a real-time analysis of natural and man-made α/β emitters or γ emitters concentrations in the air.
Data collection system allows to acquire data from numerous locations to the central acquisition system.
IMS4 Radiation Module provides the interpretation of collected data, reports, real-time display in graphical interface and statistics on historical data to help decision makers evaluate the situation and plan their actions.
The Radiation Dispersion Model is designed to simulate the accidental release of radionuclides and its propagation through the atmosphere, estimation of activity concentrations in different air layers and surface contamination due to radioactive fallout.
- Radiation Probes, Aerosol and Iodine Monitors, Monitoring Networks, α/β Emitters detection systems, γ-Spectrometric Systems, Air Samplers
- Real-time dose rates
- Natural and man-made radioactivity concentrations in the air
- Data collection, analysis and presentation
- Real-time displays and early warning
- Dispersion Modelling of accidental releases
- Interactive Web Access for multiple users
Measured variables and monitored values
- Dose rate of ambient gamma radiation (nSv/h)
- Artificial β concentration in the air (Bq/m3, DAC)
- Artificial α concentration in the air (Bq/m3, DAC)
- Radon concentration in the air (Bq/m3)
- Thoron concentration in the air (Bq/m3)
- Radionuclides activity concentration in the air based on γ-spectrometry (Bq/m3)
- Radionuclides activity concentration in water based on γ-spectrometry (Bq/l)
- Activity concentration of 131 I and/or others iodine isotopes in the air (Bq/m3)
Radiation Dispersion Module outputs
- Tracking of radionuclides trajectory under changing weather conditions
- Activity concentrations in near surface air layers (kBq/m3)
- Surface contamination due to radioactive fallout (kBq/m2)
- Activity concentrations in upper air layers (kBq/m3)