Our CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive) Detection System protects critical national infrastructure – electricity generators, water treatment, oil fields, gas pipelines, port facilities and tunnels – by detecting accidental or deliberate safety and security related incidents involving pollutants, toxins, gases, smoke, poisons, gunshots or explosions.
The CBRNE system utilizes a range of commercially available, off-the-shelf sensors to detect and verify hazardous CBRNE levels which are then transmitted to manned event logging Alarm Receiving Centers and mobile personnel. The CBRNE system can also be integrated with gas dispersion simulation software into the command and control centers. This analyzes environmental boundaries and profiles, together with local mapping, to provide gas release scenarios to enable the CBRNE system to generate “integrated” signals comprising gas level and dispersion speed and direction as part of an evacuation or response plan for industrial and urban zones.
CBRNE’s unique wireless or wired design translates into a rapidly installed, low running cost, technically-superior solution able to operate in the most hostile environments including extreme temperatures, humidity, and corrosion.
EU Consortium Project
CNIguard is the system integrator and commercial exploitation leader for an EU consortium enhancing public security by developing an advanced monitoring system for drinking water networks that detects chemical or biological contamination, giving clear indication of the risk level.
Find out more about the Project here.