Domestic Nuclear Detection Gets Smarter

February 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2009 Supplement, p18
Trade Publication
The article presents information on developments in nuclear detection technology related to supply chain security in the U.S. It mentions that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Domestic Nuclear Detection Office is working with large and small companies in the development of more accurate sensor and detector technologies. These technologies include the low cost and low power silicon chip from the firm Trojan Defense, and intelligent personal radiation locators.


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