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About export of SPC "Doza" Ц in blog of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin


In the article "Made in Moscow. High-tech export of city enterprises" Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has told about unique goods that make Moscow firm positions in the global high-tech markets.

Among them there are recent developments of SPC "Doza":

  • Dosimeter-radiometer MKS-17D;
  • Hand-foot-contamination monitors RZBA-07D;
  • silicon pin diodes for registration of ionizing radiation;
  • spectrometric radon monitors that register changes of radon fluxes from soil.

Mayor says Moscow enterprises supply products to 180 countries of the world. A significant share in the exports is high-tech goods. "Despite the pandemic, Moscow enterprises are increasing their exports. A volume of non-resource non-energy exports increased to 17.5 billion rubles only from January to July. This is 32% more than in the same period last year," Sergei Sobyanin says in his blog.

Dosimeter-radiometer MKS-17D, silicon pin diodes and radon monitors. The scientific production company "Doza" from Zelenograd actively implements a high export potential of own developments. The dosimeter-radiometer MKS-17D has been acquired by the University of Technology of Troyes (France). This instrument is intended for operational monitoring of the radiation environment, search and localization of ionizing radiation sources, radiation and environmental survey on construction sites, inspection of vehicles and cargoes. Measurement results with geographical coordinates, date and time are stored in the non-volatile memory.

Another export product of SPC "Doza" is silicon pin diodes to register ionizing radiation. The customer is a spectrometric equipment manufacturer Baltic Scientific Instruments (Latvia).

The hand-foot contamination monitors created by the specialists of "Doza" are supplied to China and Turkey. These monitors allow measuring the level of contamination of hands, shoes and clothes. Such monitoring is necessary at radiation-hazardous facilities and enterprises working with radioactive substances. A specialty of these monitors is an intuitive interface in English. Voice prompts and visual instructions on the screen allow you to quickly adjust the position of your hands and feet.

For the National Observatory of Athens (Greece) "Doza" has developed and manufactured spectrometric monitors that register changes in radon fluxes from the soil. The work results of these monitors are very important in evaluation of seismic activity data of Mediterranean coast.

Full text of the article is in Sergey Sobyanin's blog