US Nuclear Drones Detect Radiologically, Chemical, Biological Hazards As Well As War Gases, Drugs, And Explosives
Los Angeles, CA. April 19, 2022 – US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) is the only maker of comprehensive integrated drone detection platforms flying sensors to measure all classes of hazardous radiation, chemical, and biological toxins. US Nuclear drones are desperately needed in every major city and country worldwide to provide early warning surveillance, allow interdiction at the border, and safely monitor post-accident fallout. Using novel miniature mass spectrometer sensors, US Nuclear’s drones can automatically detect a very broad range of chemicals, including the very difficult to detect nerve agents war gases, and drugs that typically require laboratory analysis or manually taking samples for testing.
US Nuclear’s DroneRAD can detect a large range of chemicals including:
- War Gases: Chemical warfare agents
- Toxic Industrial Chemicals
- Nerve Gases and Poisons: Novichock, sarin, sulfur mustard, VX, cyanide
- Irritants: Pepper spray, mace capsicum, tear gas
- Explosives: Explosives and LEL explosive level
- Drugs: Fentanyl
- Dangerous Chemicals: Chlorine, ammonia, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, formic acid, phosphorus, and many more
In most cases, US Nuclear’s drone can detect the agent itself as well as the precursor chemicals that were used to create the hazardous chemicals. The miniature mass-spec sensors detect compounds at trace levels with a high level of sensitivity.
DroneRAD can also sample the air for:
Disease-Causing Microbes: Viruses, bacteria, and fungi
Of course, US Nuclear’s signature drones also measure:
Radioactive Materials on the ground and dispersed in the air, that emit alpha, beta, gamma, neutron, positron, and x-ray radiation
US Nuclear’s drones integrate the real-time measurement data with GPS and overlay it all on a color-coded map of the flight area. US Nuclear’s deep knowledge and wide mesh of contacts and partners in the drone industry allow them to select and customize the best drone and specific accessories to meet every user’s needs.
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