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EXPLOSIVES DETECTION PROCEDURES

IN ORDER

FOR A CARGO THAT CARRIES EXPLOSIVES

NOT TO REACH OR COME INTO

A HARBOR, A CAMP, A BASE, A TRAIN STATION, ANY KIND OF INSTALLATIONS, EVEN LARGE AREAS, CITIES or COUNTRIES

 

 

Prepared by

C.G.R.I. Laboratories

Simis 15, Nikosia 2044, Cyprus, EU

www.cgri.gr

 

Konstantinos Stromatias,

Greek Army Brigadier (ret) 1980, Branch of Combat Engineers & Informatics

Microelectronics systems Designer - Inventor Researcher
BSc in Greek Military Academy

MSc in Microelectronics and Computer Engineering

PhD candidate in Geophysics, Patras University

Info@cgri.gr

 

Cyprus Geopathetic Research Institute Laboratories

 NOTICE: This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by yklotron ltd, Cyprus, EU. Neither the yklotron ltd, nor any agency thereof, nor any of their employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees, make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represent that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the yklotron ltd, any agency thereof, or any of their contractors or subcontractors.

The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the yklotron ltd, any agency thereof, or any of their contractors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acknowledgements

 

The authors acknowledge the contributions provided by the Early Warning Systems R & D Department, C.G.R.I. Laboratories

 

 

 

 

C.G.R.I. laboratories operated by C.G.R.I. Ltd,

for Kyklotron Ltd Company, Cyprus, EU

www.Kyklotron .com

 

CGRI 2013-3

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EXPLOSIVES DETECTION PROCEDURES

IN ORDER

FOR A CARGO THAT CARRIES EXPLOSIVES

NOT TO REACH OR COME INTO

A HARBOR, A CAMP, A BASE, A TRAIN STATION, ANY KIND OF INSTALLATIONS, EVEN LARGE AREAS, CITIES or COUNTRIES

 

Contraband Detection Department

 

C.G.R.I. Laboratories

2044

Simis 15, Nikosia, Cyprus, EU

 

 

 

Abstract

 

This report is a prototype work written by the Cyprus Geopathetic Research Institute - C.G.R.I. laboratories for Kyklotron ltd, about explosives detection procedures in order not a cargo that carries explosives not to come into a harbor, a camp, a base, any kind of installations, even large SECTIONS , cities or countries. This report refers to DRAMS EWS & KYKLOTRON E3 sensor systems, Ver 1 for CE1 & CE2 prototypes.

 

 

Cyprus Geopathetic Research Institute - C.G.R.I. laboratories www.cgri.gr

 

 

 

 

 

1. Notes


Copyright
We reserve the acquits and statutory rights. Under the copyright laws, this work may not be copied, in whole or in part without the written consent of the legitimate legal 'KYKLOTRON E3' equipment manufacturer. Legal as the word 'copy', includes the translation of this in any other dialect than Greek.
Copyright 2004, To system'' KYKLOTRON E3 'covered by legally patented inventions Industrial Property Organization:



 
Recognitions
Excerpts and illustrations from any printed work of inventors Copyright 2004 by the inventors and replicating pages of this manual solely by them.



Trademarks
The name 'KYKLOTRON E3' and 'DRAMS EWS' Logo are registered as inventors.



Compliance CE standards


The system 'KYKLOTRON E3' fully compliant to EU regulations on electromagnetic emissions and related sensitivities.



Warnings
To keep adapting to standards CE, the equipment must be used as described in the 4 technical manuals, which are also the user guides of the 2 inventors technology KYKLOTRON TECH, systems and methodology of use. The hardware modifications could void the Certification CE. Kyklotron ltd reserves the right to change designs and product specifications at any time without prior notice. The information in this document and are subject to change without any further notice.

 

2.  PICTURES 

 

The basic Ammunition (explosives) safety principles of the NATO STANAG ( NATO STANDARD ) is that the minimum safety range ( for  a minimum quantity - 1/2 pound of TNT)  MUST BE AT LEAST 300 meters LONG from the cargo - target.

 

 

 

 MASS CONTAINER INSPECTION

 

 

 

 A SHIP BEFORE INSERT TO HARBOR INSPECTION

 

 

 AN ALL HARBOR INSPECTION

 

 

 A SINGLE CONTAINER INSPECTION

 

 TRAIN INSPECTION

 

 

 

THIS IS THE PROPER WAY SCANNING ALL TARGETS (a CONTAINER HERE)

  

 

3. INTRODUCTION

 

NOTICE : This report refers to a hypothetic company by the name Harhor S.A.. Harhor S.A. wants to check for explosives presence various cargos carried by big trucks into containers, before those cargos come into the laboratories AND OTHER INSTALLATIONS for further process.

Harhor S.A. SPECIFICATIONS : No cargo must be released before checking for explosives presence.

 

 

3.1 DESIGN AND ADJUSTMENT METHODOLOGY FOR USE DRAMS EWS SYSTEM FOR HARHOR SA NEEDS



3.1.1. The TARGET

Finding and recording a fully customized, original method.



3.1.2 OBJECTIVE

The original design of adequate and workable (economic, technical effectively) process which will ensure the greatest possible extent the interests of the HARHOR SA to security personnel - equipment and installations against the liability accident that is now possible to cause an explosion or remaining willfully placed explosive material or residual quantity of gunpowder (slow or fast burned ) not burned up time of expansion when firing the projectile in waste ammunition (shells or other) the HARHOR SA in order to receive the melt at high temperatures in chytitria to produce the raw material (copper).


4. Observations from autopsy techniques of Kyklotron ltd

During our visit to the repositories of spent ammunition found together with the team of technicians HARHOR SA :


Existence of ammunition (cartridges light weapons) that were not used but were normally retardant (powder or tortilla) filled the intact priming (net explosive fast burn fill).


Existence of large percentage of TRAINING purposes ammunition (cartridges light weapons) that were not used but were normally retardant (powder or tortilla) stuffed while were detonated normally (priming (net explosive- fast burned FILLING) WAS struck by the detonator BUT that IS NOT possible to see whether ignited or Not. It is known that this category of ammunition shows large percentages misfire.


Existence of large buds (artillery - tanks etc) who bring LARGE QUANTITY priming (net explosive - FAST BURN FILLING) which in any case can not be inspected visually, as is the bottom of the cup and is usually closed.

We were shown pictures with a whole what primers gunpowder (we may not know if this is fast burn or retardant) that were not burned during the firing of the missile, which crews of HARHOR SA were occasionally detected and collected before the buds transferred to the foundry for melting.

 

That currently not met basic Ammunition safety principles of the NATO STANAG ( military conditions) member of which is Greece. It is incidental that procedures and prohibitions of specific STANAG (ATTENTION! RELATING TO ALL BODIES OF COUNTRY HANDLING AMMUNITION. THEREFORE AND HARHOR SA)


It is known that ignorance of the law is not meant for any security officer, so for those on the HARHOR SA .


No other system than the DRAMS EWS has the ability to detect explosives from long distances. Existing systems today detect explosives in 90-100 meters, (http://www.Kyklotron .com/QCL.html) when the minimum safe distance for standardized minimum explosive military specifications (1/2 pound of TNT) are 300 meters. Not refer to systems electroscopes (http://www.cgri.gr/electroscopes.htm) or paramagnetic technology (http://www.cgri.gr/paramagnetism.htm) as these have proven completely unreliable for the high rate of failure coordinated because usually all sorts of crystal structure material (rocks, ores, minerals, etc). TODAY HARHOR S.A. NOT OBSERVED above (not controlled by a minimum distance of 300 meters containers at SPACES INTO THE FOUNDRY COMPANY).


SIMPLY PUT UP TODAY HARHOR SA NOT HANDLE THE AMMUNITION USED AS EXPLOSIVES FILLS AS SHOULD.


IS PERFECTLY CLEAR THAT IN CASE OF ACCIDENT (EXPLOSIVE WITHIN THE AREA OF PLANT - NOT NECESSARILY IN THE FOUNDRY BUT when entering the truck carrying the container or on landing THEM) today or in the future HARHOR SA YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE THIRD PARTIES AND TO THE GREEK GOVERNMENT.


Finding and understand the concern of responsible executives HARHOR SA we met and talked about these security issues.


noted the presence of all the above that the sensor Kyklotron E3 used by technicians Kyklotron LTD TEST to blind (blind tests) identified successfully from close to zero distance:

 

Quantity of bullets which for unknown reasons had not been firing and technicians and competent security HARHOR SA they had put in a kit and concealed a short distance for the test purposes of.


Some small targets (balls that had not been firing) into stacks of similar waste ammunition.


No additional staff for the use of the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor system where the HARHOR SA proceed with the acquisition.


No need for special rooms or SECTIONS for conversion using the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor where the HARHOR SA proceed with the acquisition.


A space numbered 'X ' is satisfactory for both finals, closely controls the container is received by the HARHOR SA .


Satisfactory judged and compared the site area only 'X' facilities (shed) for use of the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor system all year round under any conditions (weather, day and night, etc.).


In the same area can be done and unloading of the container and the final check for explosives before the final transfer of the cargo of spent ammunition foundry.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Suggested Possible solutions to the problem

Until now there was a system that has the ability to detect explosives from long distances. Existing systems today detect explosives in 90-100 feet, when the minimum safe distance for standardized minimum explosive military specifications (1/2 pound of TNT) is 300 meters. This demonstrates the risk of use of tracking explosives nearby. Was impossible until now to prevent terrorists or saboteurs to approach their targets undetected. Refers to a system that detects explosives and other targets over long distances and locate them accurately and to record, to give the operational capability and the necessary time to intervention by the police and eliminate the threat before it approaches the target the.

In the particular case of foundries OF HARHOR SA A system, properly calibrated, and adjusted, which will have the ability to identify KNOWN BASIC EXPLOSIVE (CONTAINING N48) ANY SIZE from the standard safety distance OF 300 METERS AND IN ANY CASE BEFORE THE cargo LOAD WITH USED AMMUNITION - which in practice proved to be ALL USED - enter could insert inside HARHOR SA installations .

The DRAMS EWS early warning system is designed for shipments clearance and 24-hour surveillance SECTIONS of explosives and ammunition containing Nitrogen (N48).


The detection sensor technology - surveillance 'KYKLOTRON ' series E3 makes this possible in conjunction with a complete system of command and control using computer and communications (C4ISR) gives a satisfactory solution to the problem and has been designed and developed by the Greeks inventors and is made and traded worldwide by Kyklotron ltd (www.Kyklotron .com). Since 2004 is a patented technology Industrial Property Organization as a System (4 patents) and research method - tracking targets. The operational capability of the system is recognized by relevant document of the General Staff of National Defense.
Status: 4 patented in OBI (as below)

1. GR1004926 /2005-06-30     IPC: G01N23/20; G01N23/20; (IPC1-7): G01N23/20r

2. GR1005224 /2006-06-13           IPC:G01V3/12;G01N23/20;G01S17/66 (+3)

3. GR20060100352 /2008-02-05    IPC: G01V3/12; G01N23/20; G01S17/66; (+3)

4. GR20070100067/2008-09-19    IPC: G01V3/14; G01V3/14 EC: G01V3/14

 

5.1 The Innovation :

 

Title : Early Warning System for long distance Detection-Localization-

Monitoring & digital recording in a GIS data base of material structures

as: Drugs/Explosives/IDE's/Ammunitions of any kind/Bombs/Living Humans

/Dead buried or not Humans/metals of any kinf/minerals/Asymmetric

Threats as CBRNE, etc.

 

Product Innovation : Innovation Products Laboratory Prototypes

 

Idea : New products new Technologies

 

Presentation : Products Laboratory Prototypes

 

State : Patented (4 patents)Copy write

1. GR1004926 /2005-06-30     IPC: G01N23/20; G01N23/20; (IPC1-7): G01N23/20r

2. GR1005224 /2006-06-13           IPC:G01V3/12;G01N23/20;G01S17/66 (+3)

3. GR20060100352 /2008-02-05    IPC: G01V3/12; G01N23/20; G01S17/66; (+3)

4. GR20070100067/2008-09-19    IPC: G01V3/14; G01V3/14 EC: G01V3/14

 

Sector : Industry civil protection antiterrorism drags fight Minerals

Extraction Search & Rescue Security forces etc

 

Applications: Surveillance Security Antiterrorism Search and Rescue Minerals

localization - Asymmetric Threats localization - Drugs fight lost

humans investigation, etc

 

A Greek design / manufacturing early warning system, based on client - server architecture (many clients sensors - to one server controller) that embedded a number of surveillance-detection sensors systems in a modern command & control hyper system, using computers and communications (C4ISR). Detection technology based on specific applications of electromagnetic phenomena such as: CASIMIR, VORTEX and NQR.

 

Until now the following industrial and laboratory prototypes have developed:


1. n industrial product called DRAMS EWS, an Early Warning System for long distance Detection-Localization-Monitoring & digital recording in a GIS data base of materials as: Drugs, Explosives, IDE's, Ammunitions of any kind, Bombs, Living Humans, Dead buried or not Humans, metals of any kind, minerals, Asymmetric Threats as CBRNE, etc. DRAMS EWS localize materials in over 20 Kilometers range (depends on material maze). Especially in case of explosives, the system giving enough time to security forces to eliminate the threat before terrorists could reach their target.

 

 

Picture 1. The simplest DRAMS EWS model. Consists from one KLOTRON 3 sensor system (1.) the computing and transmitting part of the sensor using a digital, GIS tech map in which the icon of the ground is very clear (2.) A controller server (laptop) for the user(s) command and control is available (3.)

 

2. n industrial product called KYKLOTRON E3 sensor system, for long distance Detection-Localization & digital recording in a GIS data base of an eembedded computing system (PAD), materials as: Explosives/IDE's/Ammunitions/ Contraband/Drugs/Bombs/ Living Humans /Dead buried or not Humans/ metals of any kind/minerals/Asymmetric Threats as CBRNE, etc. KYKLOTRON E3 sensor system detects materials in over 20 Kilometers range (depends on material maze). The system incorporates a special computer system (PAD) with the ability to locate the material position and record it in a digital database technology GIS (digital map). Embedded technologies TRACKING and ROUTING helping the user be guided to the material position even if it is dark or the material is not visible(behind a hill, a mountain, a parapet, etc). Working efficiently even inside any vehicle, helicopter, ship, submarine, etc.

 

3. KYKLOTRON E4 NS system, for long distance Detection - Localization & digital recording in a GIS data base of an eembedded computing system materials as: Explosives/IDE's/Ammunitions/ Contraband/Drugs/Bombs/ Living Humans /Dead buried or not Humans/ metals of any kinf/minerals/Asymmetric Threats as CBRNE, etc. An UN-MAN sensor system, proper for INSTALLATION in any kind of stations (airports, harbour, railway, buss), camps, buildings, SECTIONS , etc. Detecting materials in over 5 Kilometers range (depends on material maze). Proper for Surveillance Security Antiterrorism Search and Rescue Minerals localization - Asymmetric Threats localization - Drugs fight lost humans investigation, etc services. Designed to install on UAV'S and DRONES. A laboratory prototype of the sensor has been developed up to now.


Benefits for the users :


Detects and locates materials at distances from 0 to over 20 kilometers (depending on their mass. As an example at a Gulf country a military base has been detected from 110 kilometers long). Materials recording into digital databases, both the sensor itself, and the controller computer. Supported by modern GIS background (GIS) with full potential of GPS technology , tracing and routing to the material position. Provides the ability to locate materials behind mountains and hills, inside buildings, into the ground, below walls and any parapet, deep into water, on air, etc. It incorporates passive technology that is not detected, nor interfere by the known technologies. Uniquely designed for 24 hour surveillance missions, clean (find) SECTIONS from explosives, ammunition and any other materials & humans.

 

It is an ideal solution for residential surveillance, VIP, conference venues, international business centers, refineries, pipeline stations, airports, any kind of stations (trains, buses, ships, etc.). Excellent application to inspect containers, explosives, drugs hidden in short or long distance. Excellent solution for detecting and localizing materials inside a moving vehicle (or plane or ship) for VIP protection and related missions. Unique for finding buried dead humans under ground from long distance using a new DNA process.

 

Detects humans that carries explosives or ammunitions movements (even a single man) from kilometers, day and night under any weather conditions. Can be rapidly identifies minefields from many kilometers. Protection of any kind of spaces, installations, buildings etc from approached saboteurs or terrorists that carries explosives.

DRAMS EWS IS THE ONLY EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AGAINST APPROACHING EXPLOSIVES & TERRORISTS WORLDWIDE.

 

Market, customers and competition :

 

 

Picture 2. The KYKLOTRON E3 sensor series system. Two king of rechargers (home use & car) and an external heavy duty battery also are available.


Civil Protection, Police, Antiterrorist Services, Security Services of any kind, VIP protection, house security, conference centers security, security for moving vehicles - convoys. Detects major metal deposits from long distance and from the air or under the sea -water. Locating buried dead people. Locating living humans (Search and Rescue Operations of all kinds).


As for protection from explosives use: Below ground, IDEs, Airports, Customs, Public spaces, private spaces, buildings, border crossings, open spaces Safety, any kind of Bases, Shipyards Refineries, ports, embassies, nuclear power stations, etc.

 

Company for commercialization : KYKLOTRON LTD http://www.Kyklotron .com

 

Research Center: Cyprus Geopathetic Research Institute http://www.cgri.gr

 

Software House : http://www.tetradonic.com

Telephone : +0306959131446 +035797655843

Email : strom@Kyklotron .com

5.2 IN GENERAL
The logic applied in system design aims at detection of terrorist / Gorilas from distance, several kilometers to allow neutralization before even approached the designated surveillance area, defined in width kilometers.

System is ideally designed for shipments clearance and 24-hour surveillance SECTIONS of explosives, ammunition and a set of tuple goals. It consists of one or more sensor systems detect material structures that operate as a single system of monitoring and control using computer, communication, recognition sensor (C4ISR). Relies to the phenomenon of quadrupole magnetic coordination.

Detects and identifies targets at distances of 0-20 kilometers, depending on the mass they have. In official tests in Gulf country identified military base within 115 kilometers.

The objectives listed in the digital database of the sensor (C) supported by a computer system (PAD) which has special software digital map (B.) with modern GIS background (GIS) with full capability of technologies GPS and electronic compass.

 The Kyklotron sensor operator, can detect the target even behind a hill or in a car and in complete darkness and engage easily on target following the computer information system (routing - tracing).

The data of each Kyklotron E3 sensor automatically transmitted to a central computer of central administration, which reflected the position of each operator (blue mark on the map in Figure 1) and the direction of the target (red line on the map of Figure 1). The operator of this computer is the controller of all pilots and manages the entire research when there are many operators sensors to alert network.

The system D.R.A.M.S. EWS provides traceability objectives lie behind the mountains and hills, in caves, inside buildings, the ground, below ground, in the water at great depths in the air etc.

Incorporates technology that is not detected, or interfere with known technologies. It is uniquely designed for missions clearing SECTIONS and 24-hour surveillance SECTIONS of explosives, ammunition and other targets.

It is ideal for monitoring homes, VIP, conference venues, international business centers, refineries, fuel pipelines, airports, stations (trains, buses, ships, etc.). Finds perfect fit in the control containers, explosives, narcotics hidden in any medium in any way and from small and large distance.
 
5.3 HOW TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM
The problem of HARHOR S.A. Which we had to solve, it is purely a matter of SAFETY.


Primarily needed to be developed SAFETY to solve and then adjust the tracking system any explosive and the methodology of its use in these safety standards.

5.4 STANDARDS AUDIT PROCESS
Whenever a cargo container containing waste ammunition approaching the factory (FOUNDRY) of HARHOR SA should strictly follow the following protocol with clear and documented procedures. The codename of the procedures adopted from now will be: SAFE CONTROL PROTOCOL OF USED AMMUNITION.

 

5.5 PROTOCOL SECURITY PROCEDURES

5.5.1. Half an hour before reaching the factory HARHOR SA the truck that carries or containers containing (s) used ammunition, the CONTROL OFFICER inform the operator of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor to conduct an audit of the free zones RESEARCH Non-existence of explosives (calibration and other procedures calibration quantity of explosives would be taught in education). This is PRELIMINARY TEST - a GOOD CONTROL OF OPERATION test - , called 'FREE CONTROL ZONES', the purpose and details of which are mentioned in the next paragraph.

5.5.2. To truck vehicle that transports or containers containing (s) used ammunition will be required to stop for a few minutes (no more than 5 ') at an authorized site before even approaching the factory (FOUNDRY) of HARHOR SA . For this purpose should be determined in advance space and parking time (location '1 'in Figure 1, red diamond) in consultation with the driver. This area will be designated as 'checkpoint 1' (Figure 1).


5.5.3. Once the driver of the truck that carries or containers containing (s) used ammunition parked his vehicle at the predetermined allowable space 'checkpoint 1' (position of '1 'in Figure 1, red rhombus) notify the RESPONSIBLE CONTROL, that informs the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor user which is in a fixed stable position ('1 'in Figure 1, yellow circle) to launch the' first check '.

 

Picture 1

Picture 1

 

 

THIS IS THE MEANING OF THE ABOVE  PICTURE

 

 

5.5.4. If it is determined by the response of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education) then the CONTROL OFFICER gives final approval to restart the truck and moved to the entrance of the factory. Here terminated the processes of 'first check'.

5.5.5. Once the driver of the truck that carries or containers containing (s) used ammunition approached the gate of the factory HARHOR SA The the CONTROL OFFICER instructs the driver to immobilize the vehicle at the gate, where he will be the 'control point 2'.

 

Picture 2

 

Repeat the procedure of the previous paragraph and where it is found from the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education ) then the CONTROL OFFICER gives approval for the heavy goods in the factory of HARHOR SA . Here terminated the processes of 'second check' (Figure 2).

5.5.6.
the CONTROL OFFICER instructs the driver of the truck to move and stop in the space left by the shed control, and then the system weighing vehicles, where it will be the 'Checkpoint 3'. Repeat the procedure of the previous paragraph and where it is found from the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education ) a the CONTROL OFFICER gives approval to enter the truck at only '8 ', they will be the' Checkpoint 4 ', opposite the shed. Here terminated the processes of 'third-party audits' (Figure 3).

 

 

Picture 3

 

 

5.5.7. the CONTROL OFFICER instructs the pilot the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor to start 'FINAL CLEARANCE PROCEDURE'. This procedure is described below and is different from the other three previous one and relates to closely control the load. Includes 2 stages (fourth to fifth control). Where it is established by the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor that there is some special attraction to the sensor (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education) the CONTROL OFFICER gives approval for the unloading of spent ammunition. Here terminated the processes of 'fourth review' (Figure 4).

 

Picture 4

 

 

 

Picture  4.1   THIS IS THE MEANING OF THE ABOVE PICTURE

 

 

Picture  4.2  AND THIS ALSO

 

THIS IS THE PROPER WAY SCANNING ALL TARGETS (a CONTAINER HERE)

 

5.5.8. The CONTROL OFFICER instructs the pilot the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor researching continuously unloaded cargo (bags or landing in heaps on the ground) spent ammunition, a process which is the second and last phase of 'FINAL AUDIT PROCESS. "This process is simple and requires no special moves (calibration and verification procedures other serious quantity of explosives, dangerous for the foundry or staff, will be taught in education). Where it is stablished by the reaction of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor that there is some special attraction to the sensor then the CONTROL OFFICER gives after the landing of all munitions used by the container permission for transportation and delivery to the foundry manager of HARHOR SA . Here terminated the processes of 'FIFTH CONTROL'.

 

 

Picture 5

 

5.6. ALL THE ABOVE PROCEDURES IN EVERY CONTROL AND CONTROL POINT (Figure 5) REGISTERED FORM A specially designed bearing name: "CONTROL AMMUNITION USED 'KAI INCLUDES:
'PRELIMINARY CHECK' and 'CONTROL free zones'
'FIRST TEST' AMMUNITION USED
'SECOND TEST' AMMUNITION USED
'THIRD TEST' AMMUNITION USED
'FOURTH TEST' AMMUNITION USED
'FIFTH TEST' AMMUNITION USED

'CONTROL AMMUNITION FORM " in Appendix' A '

The above procedure must strictly adhered FOR ALL THE FACILITIES OF HARHOR SA IN WHICH TO BE USED WITH LOADS enter AMMUNITION.

5.7. FINAL PROVISIONS
  
1. The distance of the 'checkpoint 1' from the operator of the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor should in no case be less than 300 meters, to cover the projected safe distance in case of a small explosion (throwing rocks, stones etc objects).

5.7.1. To increase security measures at higher levels it would the KYKLOTRON E3 system operator bear a special helmet with protective glass front and bulletproof vest. This equipment after checking good will be worn by each worker who moves ammunition shovel or other tool.

5.7.2. To meet the above PROTOCOL procedures responsible designated safety technician (one or many depending if applicable shifts) who called from now CONTROL OFFICER is responsible for both the concert with the driver of the truck that carries ammunition and for all processes to transfer and delivery of checked most ammunition used in entity operating the foundry HARHOR SA .

 5.7.3. The above test procedures can be monitored by the system controller DRAMS EWS or even recorded in the system database DRAMS EWS or broadcast on a TV screen at the administrative or management personnel HARHOR SA .

 

6. Implement this module of the DRAMS EWS to address the problem at the HARHOR SA

6.1. PROTOCOL


6.1.1. To enable the KYKLOTRON E3 system operator to make their five routine checks laid down by the PROTOCOL should NECESSARILY has satisfied any existing explosives control area within 10 miles of the plant HARHOR SA (Area '1 'in Figure 6) and has recorded the' free 'SECTIONS (corners, hard into which will make the detection of spent ammunition).

6.1.2. From a careful study in a wide range FIELD 1 FIELD 2 FIELD 3 shows that there are:

Tis largest repository Base Munitions and Explosives of the Army in FIELD 1 . (Area '4 'in Figure 6).

The military airport which has a plurality of ammunition for warplanes in FIELD 2 (region '2 'in Figure 6).
An Armor base at FIELD 3, which established tanks with many problems in warehouses and tanks. (Region '3 'in Figure 6).

6.1.3. Puts all the map to exclude these SECTIONS since it is PROHIBITED SECTIONS FOR RESEARCH in applying the PROTOCOL. Then formed below the map with "FREE ZONES RESEARCH '(5, 6 and 7 in Figure 7). In these zones, the operator can freely the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor to make their five routine checks laid down by the PROTOCOL . BUT ALWAYS HAS IN MIND THAT ANY AMMUNITION COULD 'PASS' or simply found briefly PERMANENT WITHIN ANY OF THESE 3 FREE ZONES OF RESEARCH (a hunter, a police car etc flying ammo). Therefore the KYKLOTRON E3 system operator must ALWAYS half an hour before starting the procedure under the PROTOCOL representative to examine the free zones RESEARCH Non-existence of explosives (calibration and other procedures calibration quantity of explosives would be taught in education).

Picture 6

 

6.1.4. The 'FREE RESEARCH SECTION for the operator of the the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor for routine checks laid down by the PROTOCOL shown in Figure 8.

6.1.5. The FREE RESEARCH SECTION from the default position survey (1) on the default controls provided by the the PROTOCOL practically defined by a line parallel with the National Road A - L to the west and the limit of small buildings opposite the shed east (the two continuous green lines), as shown in Figure 8.

 

Picture 7

 

Picture 8

6.1.6. The two ' SECONDARY RESEARCH SECTIONS' (green triangles in Figure 7) from the predetermined position survey (1) on the default controls provided by the the PROTOCOL defined by the green dashed lines shown in Figure 9. Also in another scale map defined by black dashed lines (SECTIONS 6 and 7) in Figure 10. An even larger scale map and benchmark shed control, defined by black dashed lines (sections 6 and 7) in Figure 11.

 

Picture 9

 

6.1.7. In practical level , the operator of the sensor system Kyklotron E3 level (large scale recognition on the ground), the authorized 'RESEARCH SECTIONS' (5,6 and 7) from the predetermined position survey (1) on the default controls provided the the PROTOCOL defined by black dashed lines shown in Figures 12 and 13.

 

Picture 10

Picture 11

Picture 12

Picture 13

7. The specific DRAMS EWS MODEL in order to the solve problem :

 

          1 piece of KYKLOTRON E3 SYSTEM Sensor S series

          KYKLOTRON E3 Software

          Laptop Computer

          DRAMS Software

          Modem & support package

          KYKLOTRON E3 Computing Support Unit

-NATO specs bag

-KYKLOTRON E3 SENSOR USER GUIDE KE3SUG1012-60012 (English)

-DRAMS System Manual DSM1012-30012 (English)

-DRAMS CONTROLLER APPLICATION Manual DCAM1012-40012 (English)

-KYKLOTRON E3 APPLICATION Manual KE3AM1012-50012 (English)

 

 

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-S-N-N
or  
KYKLOTRON E3 S

1Piece Basic System including:


Short range detection Sensor System

Basic Explosives Detection Sensor
KYKLOTRON E3 Engine
Basic Magnetic Field Modulation Unit

Control Unit Module

KYKLOTRON E3 Computing Support Unit
or
KYKLOTRON E3 CSU

PAD viewtech 7

KYKLOTRON E3 Software

DRAMS E3 Controller Server
or
KYKLOTRON E3 CS

Laptop Computer

DRAMS Software
Modem

DRAMS EWS Support Package
or
DRAMS SP

 

-NATO specs bag

-KYKLOTRON E3 SENSOR USER GUIDE KE3SUG1012-60012 (English)

-DRAMS System Manual DSM1012-30012 (English)

-DRAMS CONTROLLER APPLICATION Manual DCAM1012-40012 (English)

-KYKLOTRON E3 APPLICATION Manual KE3AM1012-50012 (English)

 

 

 

 

Notices

Kyklotron ltd 2010

This documentation and the technical information contained herein is confidential and is copyrighted by Kyklotron ltd and any third parties rightly involved. No part of this may be reproduced in any form or by any means (including electronic storage and retrieval or translation into a foreign language) without prior agreement and written consent from Kyklotron ltd as governed by Cyprus and international copyright laws. Designs and specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners.

Doc Number

KY1512-30010

Edition

12/11

Printed in Cyprus

Kyklotron ltd

Simis 15d Strovolos Nikosia 2044 Cyprus EU

Structure

The KY1512-30010 (English) and its localized versions contain a subset of the Service and is shipped with the detector in printed matter. Contains the complete information about the DRAMS early warning system and the KYKLOTRON E3 series SENSORS.

Technology Licenses

The hardware and/or software described in this document are furnished under a license and may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of such license.

Restricted Rights Legend

Software and technical data rights granted to federal government customers include only those rights customarily provided to end user Customers of Software. Kyklotron ltd provides this customary commercial license in Software and technical data pursuant to FAR 12.211 (Technical Data) and FAR 12.212 (Computer Software) and, for Department of Defense purchases, DFARS 252.227-7015 (Technical Data - Commercial Items) and DFARS 227.7202-3 (Rights in Commercial Computer Software or Computer Software Documentation). If a federal government or other public sector Customer has a need for rights not conveyed under these terms, it must negotiate with Kyklotron ltd to establish acceptable terms in a written agreement executed by all relevant parties.

This doc provides information for setting up and using a KYKLOTRON series E3 explosives detector sensor with the KYKLOTRON engine on board, PAD computer, the software of the DRAMS early warning system, other sensors, unit control, energy system and hardware, referred to models :

 

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-S-N-N

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-S-D-N

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-S-D-E

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-L-N-N

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-L-D-N

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-L-N-E

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-L-D-E

KYKLOTRON E3 -1P-S-D-W

KYKLOTRON E3 -21P-L-S-D-3S-3W

KYKLOTRON E3 -42P-L-S-D-6S-6W

KYKLOTRON E3 system include :

        KYKLOTRON E3 appliance (KE3)

        DRAMS (PAD)

        Heavy Duty energy package (HDB)

        Car charger package (CCP),

        Home charger package (HCP)

Plastic case, NATO specs.

 

Annexes

 

Annex ,FOR EXPLOSIVES CONTROL CHECK FORM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annex FOR EXPLOSIVES CONTROL CHECK FORM