Pre-flight experiments for the unmanned aerial monitoring system (UAMS) radioactive detection feasibility

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عنوان دوره: اولین دوره بین المللی و بیست و هشتمین دوره ملی (1400)
In this study, an unmanned aerial monitoring system (UAMS) was designed and fabricated. The final goal is to map environmental radioactivity and extract radioactive concentration points; therefore, preliminary experiments were performed to reach a robust detection system and also to study effective flight altitudes that the UAMS is able to detect anomalies. The UAMS consisted of a detection system including a two-inch sodium iodine crystal, a data-acquisition system and a mini-computer that all were installed under a drone body. One cesium and two cobalt source were used for the initial monitoring of the UAMS. The results showed that the system is able to detect the sources in the height range of 80 cm to 3 meters.
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