Los Angeles, CA --
US Nuclear Corp. (OTCBB: UCLE) is preparing to ship a fleet of DroneRAD systems to the Saudi Arabia Civil Defense. In addition to detecting radiation, such as radioactive gamma hot-spots or airborne particulates, US Nuclear is happy to announce these unique DroneRAD systems can also be outfitted with chemical detectors and bacterial/viral collection filters. A proprietary quick-release gimbal connector on the DroneRAD allows the operator to quickly change between sensor packages in emergency scenarios, and a special air sampling system allows the chemicals, particulates, and microbes to be collected in-flight without being disrupted by the flight turbulence.
Chemical Detection: The DroneRAD can support multiple chemical sensors at once, and includes the following list: VOC, Carbon Dioxide, Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Chlorine, Formaldehyde, Hydrogen, Hydrogen Sulfide, Hydrogen Cyanide, Nitric Oxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Oxygen, Sulfur Dioxide, Methane, and more.
Biological/Viral Collection: Utilizing special viral and bacterial filters, the DroneRAD can collect these microbes and other matter at 99.99% efficiency. Postflight, the filters can be sent to a laboratory for in-depth analysis. Microbes of interest may be anthrax, botulism, plague, staph, e-Coli, cholera, salmonella, listeria, typhus, and others.
GPS and Mapping: All measurable data, such as chemical or radioactive concentration, is GPS tagged and logged/wirelessly sent back to the operator for real-time display. Postflight, the data is overlaid on Google Earth Maps, so the operator can see a color-coded visual map of where and when the drone flew, and what the concentration was at each point.
US Nuclear Corp. and FlyCAM UAV are also participating at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2019 on April 30 – May 2, 2019, to showcase the DroneRAD. AUVSI XPONENTIAL is the largest trade show for unmanned and autonomous systems. Visit US Nuclear and FlyCAM UAV at Booth 2418.