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Protect, Integrate and be Prepared to React

Critical Infrastructure defined

The term "Critical Infrastructure" refers to the basic backbone of a functioning society’s economy. Examples include facilities and services associated with power, oil, tele-communications, agriculture, water and sewerage, public health and transportation. However, to protect Critical Infrastructure fully, we need to consider the human aspect. This includes the people that work in these facilities and in many cases, the customers or users that rely on this infrastructure.

Putting People First

Protecting against CBRNE hazards in and around critical infrastructure can be easily achieved with strategically placed detectors and complimentary light role response equipment.

Our Detection Devices

DE-tector is the latest drugs and explosives trace detection system with a unique twin tube IMS design enabling parallel detection of narcotics and explosives and a false alarm rate at almost zero. Brukers RAID-AFM is a Rapid Alarm and Identification Device that utilises trusted IMS technology that can run continuously without operator intervention.

It can monitor ventilation and air filtration systems or be mounted at strategic points. RAPIDplus is a stand off chemical detector and identifier that can provide protection out to 5 km enabling early warning and time to prepare.

Operating Software

All Bruker equipment is supplied with operating software to Analyse and display the detected results. A mapping functionality includes dynamically changing symbols as well as point-and-click tools to get detailed data or to adjust the display. The software can show detection status in different aspects, ranging from visual alarms to event lists. All of the information is clear and unambiguous - a key feature for effective consequence management.