Decommissioning Technologies

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Characterization - Mobile Automated Characterized System (MACS)  The Mobile Automated Characterization System (MACS) was developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Savannah River Technology Center for the U.S. Department of Energy?s Robotics Technology Program. It is a commercially available, battery-powered, autonomous robot base supplemented by a laser positioning system and a scintillation detector array. Here, two Health Physics technicians are performing a survey just prior to the unit being transferred offsite.

Characterization - Mobile Automated Characterized System (MACS)
The Mobile Automated Characterization System (MACS) was developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Savannah River Technology Center for the U.S. Department of Energy?s Robotics Technology Program. It is a commercially available, battery-powered, autonomous robot base supplemented by a laser positioning system and a scintillation detector array. Here, two Health Physics technicians are performing a survey just prior to the unit being transferred offsite.

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