BTI was invited by the Canadian Nuclear Association to demonstrate its advanced radiation detection technologies at the Government of Canada exhibit at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington,D.C. from March 31st to April 1st, 2016. During this summit, Lianne Ing, Vice President of BTI, and Dr. Martin Smith, Senior Scientist, had the opportunity to demonstrate the latest addition to the FlexSpec product line, the FlexSpec Backpack to Mr. Yukiya Amano, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The IAEA is an intergovernmental organization based in Vienna that promotes the peaceful use of nuclear technologies.
Lianne Ing, Vice President of BTI, was invited to deliver the opening remarks to over 300 students at the Destination Imagination Eastern Ontario Regional Tournament on March 5, 2016. Destination Imagination is a non-profit, volunteer-led organization that helps students of all ages to improve their creative problem-solving skills. The program focuses on the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), fine arts and service learning, with an emphasis on teamwork. Ms. Ing spoke with the students about the innovative work performed at Bubble Technology Industries and the opportunities for positive impacts through science and engineering in the world.
Join BTI at the 2016 Canadian Nuclear Association Conference & Trade Show in Ottawa February 25-26th. Come by the Country of Renfew’s booth (#325) to learn about BTI’s radiation detection products & services. For more information about BTI or to set up a meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information regarding the Canadian Nuclear Association Conference, please visit https://cna.ca/2016-conference/
Bubble detectors, produced by Bubble Technology Industries in support of RADI-N2 experiments for measuring neutron radiation, are currently on display at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa, Ontario in support of the exhibit Life in Orbit: The International Space Station. This exhibition tells the story of daily life aboard the marvel of technology that is the International Space Station (ISS). For information on museum hours and fees, please visit the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum website.
Join Bubble Technology Industries at the upcoming 2015 CVSA Annual Conference and Exhibition, from September 13-16th in Boise, Idaho. BTI will be exhibiting state-of-the-art radiation detection products for commercial vehicle applications, including FlexSpec systems, RadBump and RadCompass products. If you would like to set up meetings with a BTI staff member or have any questions regarding our products, please email email@example.com. Registration for the conference can be found here.
Bubble Technology Industries was on hand to display its cutting-edge radiation detection equipment for attendees of the 2015 National Homeland Security Conference in San Antonio, Texas. BTI showcased a range of products, including the FlexSpec Mobile Transferable System, the RadBump and the RadCompass. Attendees were able to get a first hand look and demonstration of the technology being displayed. For additional information on this equipment or upcoming trade shows, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bubble Technology Industries is partnered with Calian Technologies Ltd. to provide nuclear subject matter expertise for a newly awarded contract from Bruce Power to design, develop and support their Emergency Response Preparedness Corporate Exercises for 2015 and 2016. A news release of the award can be found here.
A paper describing the results of measurements on the International Space Station using BTI’s bubble detectors was published in the Radiation Protection Dosimetry journal on April 21st, 2015. The article, entitled “Bubble-detector measurements of neutron radiation in the International Space Station: ISS-34 to ISS-37”, describes results from the Radi-N2 and Matroshka-R experiments conducted during 2012 and 2013.
A link to the publication can be found here.
Bubble Technology Industries (BTI) has received support from the Canadian Space Agency for two new research projects. The first project focuses on the development of a new neutron radiation spectrometer for measuring and characterizing neutron radiation on the International Space Station. The second project addresses the development of a new spectrometric technique for detecting and identifying trace quantities of materials during space exploration missions. For more information, please see this article about the full range of programs funded under this initiative.
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Cheryl Gallant, Canadian Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, was on-site today to announce a new $555,281 project award to Bubble Technology Industries through the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Technology Development Program. The funding will support a feasibility study for a Multi-Agent Field Analyzer for Space Applications (MAFASA). This entails developing a new technique to identify components from geological samples gathered in the course of a manned or robotic exploration of extraterrestrial bodies such as Mars, the Moon, or an asteroid. News of this announcement can be found at CherylGallant.com.