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Tech Talk
Development and Deployment of a ground robotic platform for radiation Radiological Contamination Detection
April 16, 2024 @ 2 pm

Development and Deployment of a ground robotic platform for radiation Radiological Contamination Detection

Florida International University (FIU) is conducting a series of D&D Tech Talks focusing on D&D topics relevant to the DOE EM Complex. On April 16th, 2024, FIU collaborated with Los Alamos National Laboratory to feature a Tech Talk from Bryan Steinfeld titled “Development and Deployment of a ground robotic platform for radiation Radiological Contamination Detection”.

Talk Description

The integrated Ground-Based Agent for Radiological Tracking (iGART) is a robotic platform originally developed to perform illicit source interdiction by DHS. Combining a wide variety of robotic sensing systems and radiation detectors, this system uses on board radiation detectors to remotely identify radiation sources and locations in contaminated environments. In partnership with Los Alamos National Laboratory and the DOE Environmental Management Los Alamos Field Office, the iGART system is being deployed in assistance of the active remediation at the E-F Firing Site located at Technical Area 15 at LANL.

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Speakers

Bryan Steinfeld

Bryan Steinfeld


Deputy Group Leader
E-3, Process Automation & Control
Los Alamos National Laboratory
bcstein@lanl.gov

Bryan Steinfeld is the Deputy Group Leader for the Automation, Robotics, and Control group (E-3) at Los Alamos National Laboratory, having worked as a robotics and controls engineer at Los Alamos since graduating with a MSME from UT-Austin in 2009 and BSME from Rice University. He has worked on a variety of control and automation systems throughout the laboratory and DOE complex for a variety of applications. Since 2020, he has served as a representative on the DOE-Environmental Interagency Working Group helping to advance robotic technologies for eventual deployment in remediation activities at active DOE cleanup sites.


Joining the meeting instructions

This event is being hosted using Microsoft Teams. It is required for every attendee to have this app installed on their desktop or mobile device. You can download this app from the following link or use the links of the sidebar for mobile devices.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-teams/download-app

This event is sponsored by The U.S. Department of Energy



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