Interesting Facts

  • Assuming a typical order-of-magnitude 50Ci radiography source (used in medicine), the direction is measured to better than 10 degrees at a still-safe 100m standoff distance.
  • High sensitivity – the direction to the source is indicated already when its radiation level (at the point of measurement) reaches twice the normal background level. This keeps the operator always on safe side.
  • Patent pending stereo spacial “Geiger Müller” sound is transmitted to Bluetooth headphones, importantly contributing to the spatial awareness of the operator.
  • Computing power – demanding analysis of very complex spectra (e.g. with more nuclides and significant scattering) can be boosted by leveraging the processing power of smart devices or even by usage of in-cloud HPC – both options available.