Heatmap showing calculated probability of a radiation source in a 100 meter square area based on Sequential Monte Carlo Method algorithm executing on a smartphone using a single radiation detector.
Image from DNDO funded research contract HSHQDC-12-C-00108
In addition to a long history of working with advanced computing and signal processing algorithms Sensigent personnel have contributed to recent state of the art funded R&D programs that focused on chemical and radiation detection under the most difficult conditions. When signals are weak or masked by other agents Sensigent detection, location and identification algorithms have enabled significant performance improvements. Using new Sequential Monte Carlo Methods as well as more established techniques such as Support Vector Method and Principal Components Analysis Sensigent technology is able to meet the requirement to discriminate, interpret and display actionable information.
Sensigent was formed to commercialize and market advanced
technology products based on cutting edge research performed
by some of the largest sensor and instrument companies and
most respected academic institutions in the world. Based
on intellectual property developed by a group including
the California Institute of Technology, Smiths Group Plc
and US government agencies and supported by research grants
and venture funding totaling over $60 million dollars the
technologies incorporated in our products is unequalled.
Backed by advanced manufacturing technology and available
world-wide with service and support our products contribute
to advances in medicine, industry, security and defense.
The intellectual property incorporated in Sensigent products
is protected by over 60 patents in the United States.
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