HOW  TO INSPECT FOR INCOMING EXPLOSIVES and AMMUNITIONS

Inspection of :

.Explosives .

Containers 

.Fast find minefields

.Long scale demining 

Protect from explosives

.Huge area   

.Houses

.VIP protection

.Conference  

.Convoy

.City

.Stadium

.Harbor

.Refineries

 .Railway

.Airport

.Pipelines

.Medium area

.Special interest

.Monitoring targets

 

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Explosives Detection Essentials

Security Threats

          Explosives

        Bombs, mines, IEDs, military explosives

          Not exploded projectiles

        Illicit substances

        Drugs

        Weapons (Any kind of  Ammunitionsgrenades , rockets , missiles - missiles against airplanes, anti tank missiles, air to surface missiles, air to air missiles, surface to surface missiles, etc - projectilesdispensers mortar shells, torpedoes,  any kind of explosives, mixtures and traps, etc).

        Detecting these threats is an issue of extreme importance

        Terrorism acts, drug trafficking => danger to human life

        Elaborate disguise techniques (luggage, suits, cars, Buried)

        Wide variety of different materials

 There are only but a few technologies word wide for material detection. 

 Especially for explosives detection most effective are shown bellow   

Detection Technologies

Important factors:

        Portability, cost, sensitivity, accuracy, ease of use, single/multi category,

       (un)controlled environment, scan rate

        Typical Detection Technologies:

–        Trace detection

–        X-ray (widely used)

–        Canine detection

–        Novel & Experimental technologies 

·         Para magnetism tech detection systems.

      ·    Raman Spectroscopy tech, used in QCL quantum cascade laser for explosives detection.

 

 

Sensors & Technology in materials detection, worldwide

                               Close Range Metal Detector Technology

Metal detectors transmit electromagnetic waves that reflect on a land mine and return. The distance they detect from is very small.

  The typical depth of a buried explosive  is approximately 10 -20 cm.

But after long time weather conditions (sandstorms, heavy rain etc) the depth might be varied to many centimeters more...

  About  NQR tech in explosives detection

Kyklotron Ltd Sensors & Technology in material detection

Material detection is done based on the Magnetic tuned phenomenon, a technology that detects all common nitrogen based explosives (including ammunition), potassium chlorine - based explosives and liquid explosives from 5 to > 20.000 meters distance.

Furthermore, Kyklotron’s technologies are able to detect human bodies and dirty bombs (Uranium wastes). WMTS technology is certified by 4 patents, owned by Kyklotron Ltd.

 

USING   DRAMS  METHOD*  TO  detect & locate in order to remove EXPLOSIVES

Using DRAMS method , a typical plan includes 2 Kyklotron E3 systems (K1 - K2) , controlled by a computer server (K3). 4 explosives (1,2,3,4) are buried, or placed in the ground. 

 

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting at the same time from different positions. When target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (black color for the first effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of explosive 1 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the explosive is known.   

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting a new target now. When the new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (red color for the second effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of explosive 2 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 2nd explosive is known.   

The two Kyklotron E3 systems users detecting for a new target. When a new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (blue color for the third effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of explosive 3 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 3rd explosive is known.   

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting for a new target. When a new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (green color for the forth effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of explosive 4 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 4th explosive is known.   

Using this simply method all explosives are recorded in accuracy and the demining phase is only a matter of time.  More information about how to detect and localize explosives here.

 

 

Notice

According to the American law 2007 on the Constitution of Application of 9 September Committee, from July 2012 will be obligatory the 100% scanning of all containers that is used for exports in the USA with marine transports before their loading in boat in port of foreigner. The European Union does not forecast the application of such metre. But why does react Europe for the metres of control in the harbours? By the use of KYKLOTRON E3 series systems, will not exist technical and organisational difficulty, that will have as result important cost from likely restriction of transactions of the European Union, or other countries that export in the USA. On the contrary will exist explicit profit regarding the safety of ports and boats and persons more generally.