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APPLIED RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

R & D

TECHNOLOGY / RESEARCH PROJECTS

 

AiNT actively conducts research and development in the field of nuclear radiation measurement technology. We develop innovative measuring methods and construct metrological systems for different purposes. We perform in environmental analysis, recycling or nuclear disposal.

In addition to hardware, AiNT develops its own gamma spectrometric evaluation and control software for the measuring systems. Thus, customers can be offered covering solutions.

ASHCON

Metrological evaluation of waste incineration ashes for recycling in concrete components

Project duration: February 1st 2021 - January 31st 2024

METALCLASS

Development of AI-based evaluation algorithms for the real-time classification of metallic scrap using PGNAA

Project duration: January 1st 2021 - December 31st 2023

Tunnel boring machine analyzer

TBM ANALYZER

Determination of the water content of the overburden material of a tunnel boring machine and classification of the soil type by PGNAA

Feasibility study period: January 1st 2021 - August 30th 2021

VIrtual REmote RObotics for Radiometric Sorting

VIRERO

Development of a robot-assisted sorting system for radioactive residues based on 3D laser and gamma scanning

Project duration: October 1st 2020 - September 30th 2023

Quantitative Analysis of Toxic and non-Toxic Materials

QUANTOM

Development and Validation of an drum inspection system for the material characterization and quality checking of radioactive waste

Advanced Sectorial Gamma Scanning

ASGS

Development of a measurement method for determination of activity inventories in radioactive waste with spatial resolution

Non-Destructive Analysis of Environmental Samples

ZEBRA

Development of an innovative measurement system based on P&DGNAA technology for environmental analysis including new evaluation algorithms in cooperation with Prof. Martin Frank (SCC) of the KIT

Detection of Unexploded Ordnances

SONDEX

Clearance of unexploded ordnance (UXO) based on neutron-induced detection of explosives in the ground

Process of Radioactive Mercury Treatment under EU Safety Standards

PROMETEUS

Development and validation of a disposal concept for radioactive mercury and mercury-containing waste contingents in cooperation with the Institute for Energy and Climate Research - Nuclear Waste Disposal and Nuclear Safety at Forschungszentrum Jülich
Project duration: June 1st 2016 - May 31st 2019

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