Smiths Detection integrated advanced decision-support software into its handheld unknown substance identifier, the HazMatID Ranger, to provide emergency responders with enhanced, in-built information on handling threats.
The software, Alluviam’s HazMasterG3, is designed to provide mission-critical guidance on how to handle unknown threats. Its integration into the HazMatID Ranger will help emergency responders protect the general public by providing faster response times and greater safety through eliminating known delays.
The HazMatID Ranger’s durability and portability equip it for a diverse range of missions where unknown dangerous substances are suspected. The system identifies solids, gels and liquids, such as unknown white powders, as well as screening for biological using FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy) chemical identification technology.