Berkeley Lab

ANP’s RadMAP participates in OPTUS Campaign in PA

The RadMAP (Radiological Multi-Sensor Analysis Platform) research vehicle recently participated in a measurement campaign at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania as part of NA-22’s OPTUS/MUSE Venture, which featured radiation detection systems from across the country. The MUSE-1 data collection campaign was the first fielding of a fully-synchronized RadMAP system, and represented the only system equipped with hyperspectral imaging cameras. RadMAP collected both static and mobile background data on-site.

 

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RadMAP at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA