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More than 164 Deployments
Airborne ASPECT has been deployed to locations across the country to provide radiological and chemical detection to first responders after natural disasters and at special security events.
Emergency Response and Special Event Protection
ASPECT has been used at the Superbowl, the World Series, Presidential Inaugurations, the Olympics, the Columbia shuttle recovery and for hurricane damage.
Critical information, rapid turn-around
ASPECT Utilizes both Google Earth, ESRI, and 8 commercial web mapping products. Data is processed in the aircraft for emergency real-time use. Compression & decompression allow rapid transmission and First Responders use. The average time for data to First Responders iPads or computers is approximately 5 minutes. All data is screened by a ground team of national experts for quality assurance.
Airborne ASPECT aircraft used to ensure safety at 2013 presidential inauguration.
On the scene, in the air, when needed, where needed.
Airborne ASPECT operates the nation’s only 24/7 airborne stand-off chemical and radiological detection and imagery platform.
our mission protect america by providing critically important information to first respondersAirborne ASPECT supports emergency responses, homeland security missions and environmental surveys byprovidinglocal, state, and federal operation centers andon-scene commanders with the information theyneed to make critical decisions during hazardous substance and radiological incidence responses. Advanced technology, algorithms, and expert scientific analysis allows state of the artradiological and chemical detection and photographic imagery— all within hours of deployment.
ASPECT ATTENDS THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
For hours each night, a pilot flew a 1968 Aero Commander dual propeller airplane, crisscrossing the skies around the Capital Beltway. But because of what it carried, the plane actually is the only one of its kind in the country. Inside, there’s a collection, among other technology, of infrared and gamma-ray spectrometers, a neutron detector, scanners, cameras and broadband satellite equipment that remotely transmit chemical and radiological data back to the scientists on the ground.
EPA TEAMS UP WITH NATIONAL GUARD TO KEEP JAMBOREE SAFE
As one of the members of the Joint Interagency Task Force, the United States Environmental Protection Agency worked alongside the West Virginia National Guard and other state and federal agencies to support the 2013 National Scout Jamboree.
THE FORMULA FOR GETTING AUSTIN READY FOR F1 INCLUDES AIRBORNE ASPECT
The EPA’s Airborne ASPECT operations as described by KVUE news in Travis County, Texas: "Pilots will be flying an ASPECT aircraft. It’s a dual-propeller plane with “US EPA” written on both wings. The plane uses a scanner to collect air samples and test for chemicals, dirty bombs or improvised nuclear devices. The aircraft sends the data to emergency officials and first responders.
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