Find us at Stand H16 & the Immersive Demonstrator at the UK Security Expo

Symetrica will be exhibiting at the UK Security Expo 2016 at London Olympia on 30 Nov – 1 Dec. You’ll find us at Stand H16. We will also be demonstrating our handheld radiation isotope identification detector (RIID), VeriFinder, in the Securing Crowded Places Immersive Demonstrator. This demonstration is being run in association with The Home Office and the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI). Its aim is to provide an integrated experience in which visitors are able to see innovative technologies and techniques in operation in a realistic context. At the Immersive…

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Symetrica Presents Remote Monitoring at PMN Forum

Symetrica participated in the Port Management Network (PMN) Forum at Long Beach, CA, USA from 8-10 November 2016. The PMN Forum is a special event designed to facilitate the evolution of the North American supply chain. For over a decade, PMN’s conferences have displayed the latest in supply chain technology, best practices in operations, security and human capital management, and have mapped the way to more competitive and resilient organizations. Symetrica exhibited as well as presented during the forum’s panel on radiation and nuclear detection in seaports to highlight progressive business solutions…

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Symetrica Ships Portal Systems to Withstand Hurricane Force Winds

Symetrica recently delivered Sodium Iodide (NaI) portals providing highly accurate isotope identification to locations that need installations to withstand hurricane and typhoon force winds in hot and humid climates. Symetrica designed the solution, from stanchions to detectors, and utilized local support to install and commission the portals. Symetrica’s solutions are based on high performance modular systems that provide design flexibility while meeting detection requirements to address Customer-specific situations. With state-of-the-art real time calibration, the required gamma detection sensitivity can be provided by adding modules without degrading identification performance, and Symetrica’s…

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