NANOSENS ATMON FL - a lightweight, mobile gas detector for UAVs

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Scope, rationale, context: general description. Precise here if this technology is currently use (eg. company name or contact info) The product is fully developed and commercially available since 2019. It is manufactured by a company called NANOSENS sp. z o.o. in Poland. This company specializes in gas analyzers, detectors and safety equipment. The company can be reached: This device is being used by various organizations and istitutions, with the most prominent being polish firefighter brigades and environment protection institutions.

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ATMON FL is a modular, lightweight gas detector designed for UAVs. It can hold up to 6 sensors, each dedicated to a different substance. Thanks to the modular construction, the sensors can be replaced by the user in the field. The list of available sensors: Volatile Organic Compounds, H2S (hydrogen sulfide), C2H6O (ethanol), Cl2 (gaseous chloride), CO (Carbon monoxide), HCHO (formaldehyde), NO2 (nitrogen dioxide), O3 (ozone), PM2.5 and PM10 (particulate matter), SO2 (sulfur dioxide), RI (a group of gasses that are respiratory irritants), AQ (a group of gasses that constiture air quality index), NH3 (ammonia), NO (nitrogen oxide), CO2 (carbon dioxide), HCN (Hydrogen Cyanide), HCl (Hydrogen Chloride), H2 (Gaseous hydrogen).

ATMON FL can be used in a variety of applications, including environmental / pollution inspections and assesment of CBRNE-related situations.

Atmon FL weighs less than 300g, and has its own integrated battery, GPS, RF transmitter and high-visibility LED for night flights, can be used on a variety of drones, but was designed to be used with H520 and H520E series. The detector connects via radio link to a usb RF dongle, which, in turn has to be connected to a computer with Windows OS. GUI Software in the computer allows reading and logging the data from all sensors.

TRL of the proposed solution - Innovation stage (if applicable) 9: System Test, Launch & Operations

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The list of sensors is being expanded to include more CBRNE harmful agents and radiation.