Los Angeles, CA. December 20, 2021 – US Nuclear Corp. (OTCQB: UCLE) uses the newest technologies to provide a wide variety of sensors to detect toxic or dangerous materials, for protecting all our points of entry including airports, seaports, sports stadiums, political conventions, and other large gatherings at risk from criminal or terrorist attacks. Included in US Nuclear’s lineup are the following systems for detecting radioactive materials, chemical and biological toxins, war gases, drugs, and explosives:
- Drone-mounted monitors for finding and protecting against dangerous materials and people. Allows fast and complete scans over large areas regardless of locked gates, traffic jams, debris, or rugged terrain. Autonomous operation.
- Entry and Exit Point Monitors: Set up at entry and exit points to monitor personnel, vehicles, and cargo.
- Fixed, Luggable, and Drive-Around systems, including area radiation monitors, air and aerosol monitors, food monitors for radiation, chemical and biological toxins, and high-sensitivity gas chromatograph
- Real-time Water Monitors for water-borne toxins: Continuously monitor water sources to protect against radioactive, chemical, and biological toxins in drinking water, freshwater, and seawater.
- Portable hand-held toxic material detectors for use by first responders and ground personnel
US Nuclear’s detection strategy is to install detectors at all entrance and exit points prior to and during events, use fixed and drone-mounted systems to scan for toxic materials, and actively monitor the air and drinking water quality to ensure that everyone is safe. US Nuclear also offers drone pilot training and drone services through its subsidiary http://www.califromabove.com.
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US Nuclear Corp. (UCLE)
Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman
Rachel Boulds, Chief Financial Officer
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