NATS USA and Radiation Detection Systems USA (RDS) participates with a widely attended booth at the National Health Physics Meeting near the nation’s capital in Washington D.C.


NATS RDS Group participated at the National Health Physics meeting at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center at the National Harbor in Maryland, USA on July 23-27, 2023.

The NATS RDS booth was well attended. Prime among the displays at the NATS RDS booth were new NATS RDS solutions for mobile survey and inspection using intelligent Drones and Tactical Robots using multiple sensors. These solutions involve using advanced drones of various payload with radiation, chemical, and thermal imaging sensors. The systems are complimented with advanced ground control and mapping software. These systems now complete the NATS CBRNE solutions including capabilities for RAI radiation, toxic industrial chemicals, chemical warfare agents, and explosive detection solutions.

The Tactical and robust robots are now retrofitted with similar sensors and are designed to work in rough and high temperatures and radioactive settings offering remote inspection, and manipulation capabilities without risking human lives.

Also the NATS RDS products in Radiation Dosimetry offering comprehensive solutions for active and passive radiation dosimetry with cloud based software drew significant interest from visitors. The system offered by NATS-RDS Group provides a total radiation dosimetry solution for small to large institutions with capabilities for active protection, PC based record keeping and networking of multiple readers in a cloud based server.

The radiational products line of NATS includes a comprehensive line of portable radiation spectroscopy systems including imaging devices. Larger systems include Radiation Monitoring Systems (RMDS) for Tritium, Noble gases, Gamma, Neutron and Particulates.

NATS now offers the widest range of radiation and CBRNE lines to all users around the world. NATS-RDS is one stop shop for all needs in radiation detection and analysis as well as focused CBRNE applications.