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Detect the

Movement of Illicit

Nuclear Material



Canberra offers fully integrated solutions. @ Detect ® Locate © Identify

Today's nuclear terrorism threats are significant.

But they can be stopped with Canberra's fully integrated approach to detect, locate and identify materials that may be smuggled through ports and border crossings.

Detect the shipment...

RadSentry Radiation Portal Monitors offer industry best sensitivity in a wide range of configurations. Monitors scan pedestrians and vehicles of any size for hazardous radioactive shipments — including nuclear weapon material — and alarm on anything out of the ordinary. Integrated video captures high resolution images at the exact time an alarm occurs.

Locate and identify the threat

Use the Inspector™ 1000 to pinpoint the exact location of the material and identify the radionuclides present. You can quickly determine if radioactive material is a legitimate shipment — or something much more dangerous.

Today's terrorism threats may be new, but nuclear security isn't. For over 35 years,

Canberra has been the leading supplier of integrated systems for nuclear security, radioactive material management and safeguards. Contact us to see how that experience can work for you.

Canberra Industries, Inc. 800 Research Parkway - Meriden, CT 06450 U.S.A.

Tel: (203) 238-2351 - Toll free: 1-800-243-4422

Fax: (203) 235-1347

Canberra Industries, Inc. is an AREVA company. The AREVA Group, worldwide leader in nuclear power and connectors.

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