05.02.2015

Arktis executive to address Border Security conference in Rome

Michael Fink, customer operations and solutions specialist at Arktis Radiation Detectors, will give a presentation at the Border Security Conference in Rome on Nuclear/Radiological Trafficking Threats and Detection Technologies. Michael will outline the emerging threats to our security involving nuclear and radiological materials and will also discuss how new technologies can counter the risk of contaminated materials being inadvertently introduced into everyday commerce. Drawing from his years of experience as the Project Manager for the U.S. National Nuclear Security Administrations (NNSA) Second Line of Defense Program, Michael will demonstrate how technology, best practices and time-tested operational concepts can counter these threats and help make the world a safer place.

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Border Security conference, Rome, Italy, February 18-19, 2015

Talk: Nuclear/radiological trafficking threats and technologies to detect them
Michael Fink, Customer Operations and Solutions Specialist, Arktis Radiation Detectors Ltd
February 18, 17.00- 17.40

Topics:

  • The different types of threats that exist.
  • The additional benefits of radiation detection border controls.
  • How detection technology can impact the behaviour of traffickers.
  • The many resources and best-practices available from Government’s and Programs that have been involved in deploying nuclear detection.
  • The challenges to detecting nuclear/radiological materials.
  • The importance of strong operational procedures and system design.
  • An overview of the types of technologies available.

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Arktis is exhibiting at the conference. Come visit us at our booth.
More info: www.smi-online.co.uk/defence/europe/conference/border-security

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