RAE Systems announces personal gas and radiation data stream
RAE Systems gave the announcement in anticipation of the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition, which will be held from May 18 to 23. RAE Systems plans to demonstrate this new technology at the conference.
The new toxic gas and radiation detection works by taking data from portable ToxiRAE Pro monitors and then transmitting the data to the ProRAE Guardian browser based software. This data can then be delivered to iPad tablets and smartphones.
"As an industry-leading supplier of gas and chemical detectors to large companies operating in hazardous environments, RAE Systems continuously strives to leverage its technical leadership and understanding of its customer's needs to increase industrial safety," Thomas Negre, vice president of products and marketing for RAE Systems, said. "As part of this leadership, during this year's AIHce event, we will showcase our ability to deliver real-time threat monitoring data to users with tablet devices and smartphones."
The system will provide a mobile command center that allows all workers dealing with these possible threats to stay informed about any possible toxic gases or radiation leaks nearby.