The proposed project is focused on the development of software for accurate mapping of radiation levels on the ground using aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for data collection. The problem of accurate radiation mapping is crucial for handling emergency radiological incidents (e.g., on nuclear plants), monitoring national borders, operating nuclear mine sites, etc.
RightsEnforcer is a software system for Persistent Document Security, deployed and proven in the real world as a Windows-only client-server system. Persistent information security controls access to the protected document, everywhere, always, and is therefore uniquely suited to be a dominant information security technology in the Cloud. But to thrive in the Cloud the RightsEnforcer client (more or less end user app) must be multi- or cross-platform, i.e.
The GammaGuard is the mobile application which the user can be used to detect radiation level by using detectors, in our research they are called CT 100 and CT007, or using mobile camera. The previous work was only focusing on the CT 007 which used the classic Bluetooth technology. In CT 100, the Bluetooth low energy is used for device connection. BLE requires lower energy and higher data transfer speed. The partner will design and implement the application for CT100 and merger it into the one only supports CT007 so that the user can choose between these two.