Portable systems DVIN-1 will set in train stations south Russia

The company "Neutron Technologies", created at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna), has signed a contract for the supply of 21 sets of portable explosives detection systems and drug DVIN-1 for equipment inspection points and inspection of passengers and their hand baggage in the station complexes Volga and the North-Caucasian regional directorates of railway stations.


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Portable systems DVIN-1 will be installed at the stations of Anapa, Adler, Astrakhan, Vladikavkaz, Volgograd, Volgodonsk, Derbent, Kizlyar, Kislovodsk, Krasnodar, n . Lazarev, Makhachkala, city of Mineral Waters, the city of Nalchik, Novorossiysk, was cool, Pyatigorsk, Rostov-on-Don, Sochi, Stavropol, Tuapse.

"Dvina-1" was developed in 2008. The supervisory board of state-owned corporation (now JSC) "RUSNANO" in March of 2010, approved the program of mass production of devices in Dubna near Moscow. To implement the project in the same year the company was founded, "Neutron technology."


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The detector can distinguish between more than thirty different kinds of explosives, as well as dozens of different drugs. He looks like medium-sized metal box, stuffed with the latest electronics. Analogues of this device in our country there, and foreign counterparts noticeably inferior to the Dvina. The cost of a single detector is approximately 7.5 million rubles.

In July 2011, a contract was signed for the supply of systems DVIN-1 for the implementation of the "comprehensive program to ensure public safety in transport" for the public use of St. Petersburg. Five detectors’ Dvina-1 ", with high accuracy recognition, narcotic and explosive veschestvaustanovyat by the end of summer in St. Petersburg metro.

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