The Drones-G detection system was designed with a modular structure so that it can be adapted to suit the user’s specific requirements. Among other facilities, its equipment can include a gamma spectroscopy probe, a neutron detector, detectors for very high or very low dose rates and a mini-air sampling system to measure atmospheric contamination. The gamma spectroscopy unit has an energy range between 50 keV and 3 MeV and permits live identification of the source. The modules available include 2×2 or 3×3 inch Nal(Ti) detectors.
Because of on-site conditions, a remote controlled robot was used instead of the normal carrier system – a drone.