Resilience Technology Demonstration

National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) would like to invite you to its Resilience Technology Demonstration at our flagship facility, Central Laboratory, Sellafield. The event features four specialist technology companies presenting state-of-the-art resilience products. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Registration is mandatory due to pass requirements.

A flyer containing all the information and details of the invitation can be downloaded as a pdf by clicking on this link. To accept this invittation or if you have any questions, please email jonathan.scott@nnl.co.uk by 9am on 2nd February 2015.

The four companies who will be demonstrating their technologies are:

Argon logo       Bruhn Newtech logo
Cambridge Consultants       Riskaware Logo

 

Argon Electronics – Radiological Training Systems

Argon has been at the forefront of Chemical. Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) and Hazardous material simulation for in excess of 25 years. Our training systems are in use by many organisations worldwide, including PHE, IAEA, OPCW and many of the worlds’ CBRN training facilities.

Argon shall be presenting a modular training simulator concept that enables you to carry out small localised classroom training based upon individual simulators through to PlumeSIM, our powerful integrated exercise system that helps you produce  highly engaging Table Top response exercises and Live Field exercises with student activity recording facilitating after action review. Our integrated technology provides you with a range of instruments for simulation contamination, Beta Gamma survey, dosimetry and spectrometer simulation.

Bruhn NewTech

Bruhn NewTech have over 30 years’ experience in the provision of CBRN Risk Management Hardware and Software Solutions which includes NATO compliant Warning and Reporting. Their CBRN Analysis Risk Management software is supplemented by their Sensor Connectivity Information Management (SCIM®) software which enables sensor information to be integrated onto a wide variety of platforms. CBRN Incident Management Hardware in the form of their HazKey® Solution provides a low cost COTS solution for Hazard Area Monitoring for increased Situational Awareness. Bruhn NewTech Software and Hardware Solutions are currently in operational use with over 24 NATO nations and Partners for Peace.

Cambridge Consultants

Cambridge Consultants is a world-class supplier of innovative product development engineering and technology consulting, providing strategic support for both our government and commercial clients across multiple technologies.

Whether you are looking to develop a component, a product or a complete system, we can help at all stages throughout the development cycle. Our expertise covers technology assessment and futures, proof-of-concept development and system design, as well as manufacturing and in-service support. We work with our clients to explore the art of the possible, overcoming tough and complex technical and programme challenges to develop leading-edge deployable solutions.  Whilst most of our projects deliver hardware or software, we can equally help you to optimise your capability and technology roadmap or strategy.

We’re not content just to create me-too products that make incremental change; we specialise in helping our clients achieve the seemingly impossible. We work with some of the world’s largest blue-chip companies as well as with some of the smallest, innovative start-ups who want to change the status quo fast.  With a team of over 400 engineers, scientists, mathematicians, designers and consultants, backed by state-of-the-art tools, laboratories and equipment, we offer solutions across a diverse range of industries including medical technology, industrial and consumer products, wireless technology, energy and defence and security.

Riskaware

 Riskaware is a UK based independent software consultancy organisation with an international reputation for developing specialised software solutions for technical and scientific application. The company was originally formed in 1999 to provide experience and expertise to the UK Governments defence sector, primarily for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear hazard assessment, simulation and prediction programmes. Since then we have been involved in a wide variety of important defence software development programmes for the UK MoD and the US DoD across a broad range of capability areas including CBRN defence, digital forensics and security, vulnerability assessment and threat analysis.

The primary focus of our presentation will on the potential application of modelling and data analysis within the Nuclear Industry and will cover the following key areas:

  • Hazard Modelling, Simulation and Prediction
  • Sensor Placement
  • Sensor Data Fusion
  • Information Management and Decision Aids
  • Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment
  • Data Analytics for Nuclear Security