RAE Systems enhances software for rapidly deployable sensor networks used by military and first responders

SAN JOSE, Calif., 13 September 2006. RAE Systems Inc., a global provider of rapidly deployable sensor networks that enable customers to identify safety and security threats, has announced enhanced software for the GammaRAE II, NeutronRAE II, and GammaRAE II Responder personal radiation detectors.

SAN JOSE, Calif., 13 September 2006. RAE Systems Inc., a global provider of rapidly deployable sensor networks that enable customers to identify safety and security threats, has announced enhanced software for the GammaRAE II, NeutronRAE II, and GammaRAE II Responder personal radiation detectors.

With this new software, stored readings from GammaRAE II units with firmware version 2.0 or greater, all NeutronRAE II units, and all GammaRAE II Responder units can be downloaded to a local computer using a Bluetooth wireless link. Also included in this new release is the ability to view an instrument's configuration from the computer.

The software now gives users the ability to download up to 60,000 data points from the GammaRAE II and 30,000 data points from either the NeutronRAE II or the GammaRAE II Responder.

This new software is available free of charge to RAE Systems' radiation products customers.

RAE Systems is a provider of rapidly deployable sensor networks that enable customers to identify safety and security threats in real time. Products include multi-sensor chemical detection, radiation and digital video monitoring networks for homeland security and industrial applications. RAE Systems' products enable the military and first responders such as firefighters, law enforcement and other emergency management personnel to detect, provide early warning, and record events that involve weapons of mass destruction and other hazardous materials.

RAE Systems' products are used by U.S. government agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Department of State, as well as all branches of the U.S. military, and by numerous city and state agencies.

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