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On complex instruments of radiation and chemical reconnaissance produced by SPC "Doza" in the IMTF Army 2021 business program


30.08.2021

As part of the business program of the forum Army 2021 a round-table discussion on topic "Prospects for introduction of innovative technologies in the development of radiation, chemical and biological Navy protection (RCBP) based on results of their use in the Arctic severe climate conditions" was held, which was attended by representatives of the Naval Research Institute of Shipbuilding and Armament of the VUNC of Navy and the corporation "Roskhimzashchita".

Alexander Komissarov, deputy general director of SPC "Doza", presented to the participants of round-table a report "Possible directions in modernization of RCBP instrumentation based on experience of the exercises UMKA-2021", in which he spoke about Arctic tests of the Radiation and chemical reconnaissance unit PRHR-D. The tests were made this spring as part of a comprehensive Arctic expedition Umka-21, during which the PRHR-D confirmed all the declared performance characteristics for detecting of chemically dangerous and toxic substances and gamma radiation monitoring.

According to the speaker an analysis of the military-technical experiment results made it possible to establish basic requirements for modern instrumentation of RC reconnaissance and monitoring, namely

  • Versatility in intended use
  • Versatility in application field
  • Climate resistance
  • Ergonomics
  • Easy to use
  • Long-time autonomous operation

Alexander gave examples of successful implementation of the established requirements and presented plans for further development of complex radiation and chemical reconnaissance instruments.

The scientific and business program committee awarded A. Komissarov with a diploma for the best report at the International Military-Technical Forum Army 2021 event.

Reference

The Radiation and chemical reconnaissance unitPRHR-D is intended for detection of chemical warfare agents, chemically dangerous substances, X-ray and gamma radiation as a wearable means of radiation and chemical reconnaissance in the temperature range from minus 40 to +50 C.

Application field: sustaining emergency and rescue operations to eliminate the consequences of accidents, conducting radiation and chemical reconnaissance, ensuring radiation and chemical safety for personnel and public.