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CBRN Sensing – to the 21st Century & Beyond

CBRN Sensing – to the 21st Century & Beyond


CBRN Sensing – to the 21st Century & Beyond

10 Sep 2019
Innovation Hub Theatre
Innovation Focus

The two biggest limitations of using CBRN sensors in the field has been the inability to network devices from numerous manufacturers together and that so many CBRN sensors are handheld, requiring operators to walk through or stand in high-risk environments multiple times to gather the necessary data.   

PELAmesh was created by Peter Lashbrook to bring together sensors from various environments previously unable to function together and offer users a greater dataset to work from.  Our technology has enabled operators to continue deploying current and legacy sensors while improving situational awareness through the integration of a wide range of sensors.

Removing operators from danger, through the deployment of multiple CBRN sensors via unmanned platforms is a realistic goal, with the telemetry and data integration challenges overcome by PELAmesh.  Alongside our field-portable solutions are our UAV (PELAmesh Copter) and our UGV (PELAmesh Rover) – both firsts in portable, lightweight unmanned CBRN platforms. 

Peter Lashbrook, Founder and Head of CBRN - PELA Systems

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