County Durham’s Kromek seals deals worth £460,000 for its ‘dirty bomb’ detection tech

County Durham’s Kromek seals deals worth £460,000 for its ‘dirty bomb’ detection tech

 

Innovative university spin-out Kromek has won contract extensions worth £460,000 for its ‘dirty bomb’ detector technologies.

The NETPark company, based in Sedgefield, County Durham, which supplies detection technology focusing on the medical, security screening and nuclear markets, has won two contract extensions by a European government-related company to provide network solutions of its D3S-related technologies, to counter nuclear terrorism.

The contract extensions are worth a total of £460,000 and will be delivered in the current financial year.

The contract extensions move Kromek a step closer to providing a full system roll-out for the customer, a company that works with a European government to detect and protect against potential nuclear threats.

Kromek’s solutions will be used for inland security wide-area threat monitoring, to protecting critical infrastructure and public spaces. It also includes enhanced network data security. The contract extensions bring the total awarded by the customer to just over £2.5m over the last two years.

Source: Business Live

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