D4.2 Stand-off detection payload R/N for drone platforms

Early and accurate determination of radioactive and nuclear (R/N) agents at the scene of a CBRN incident can provide first responders, and others involved in rescue, timely knowledge to inform decisions on protective gear for those entering Hot and Warm Zones to rescue casualties.

In Toxi-triage, the RanidFly was developed to support high-speed identification of R/N agents during early phases of the incident and rescue. Insertion of RanidFly remotely into Hot or Warm zones for on-site measurements is accomplished on drones, or the emerging term remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS). RanidFly is a gamma radiation detector.