SensaWeb will join 22 other Australian tech companies at the Tech23 2021 event.
SensaWeb receives special mention in the Xero Award for Outstanding Micro Business at this year’s Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.
Nuclear power plants emit radioactive gases and liquids to the environment, and even in small amounts, these can have long-term effects. Because of this, there should be consistent monitoring in the area.
Radon is a naturally occurring gas that has no odour, colour and taste. It comes from the normal decay of uranium found in rocks, soil and water. From the ground it goes up into particles that a human can breathe.
Mail irradiation is the process where mail goes through a high-energy beam of x-rays. This is to get rid of bacteria and viruses that could be present in the mail.
The police and certain customs officers are given the authority to stop and search people, goods and vessels on regulated ships.
Detection of nuclear and radiological materials is a necessary step for safety and security. Aside from healthcare and mining facilities, military forces also use radiation monitors as part of their defence system.
Metal detectors, millimeter-wave machines, backscatter x-ray, and cabinet x-ray machines: these equipment can detect dangerous items like weapons and chemicals with the use of radiation.
Together with Future Anything, Resource Hub, and The Little Red Company, SensaWeb qualifies as a finalist for the Xero Award for Outstanding Micro Business.
SensaWeb Co-Founder and CTO Darren Oliver joined the launch of AI Meets Industry Opportunities event on September 8th at The Precinct, Fortitude Valley.