James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) has significant experience in protecting crowded places by identifying the presence of radioactive material threats.
The detection, identification and measurement (DIM) of radioactive sources is critical for the assessment and mitigation of threats from illicit radioactive materials. JFN has significant experience of both fixed and portable measurement systems including fully integrated large scale systems to protect public buildings and events.
For the London 2012 Summer Olympics JFN was tasked to deliver a complete radiological screening and threat detection system for the games to ensure security staff could clearly identify any individuals who might be carrying nuclear materials. It was the largest such system deployed in the UK to date and played a vital role in making the games safe and secure for all those attending, both spectators and athletes.
Follow the link below for a case study outlining the work we carried out for London 2012:
To find out about the other RPI markets we protect, click on the links below.