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Smiths Detection Inc. Receives $10M Order from DNDO for Handheld RadSeeker Radiation Detectors

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Smiths Detection Inc. (SDI) today announces an order of more than $10
million to supply its RadSeeker handheld radioisotope detectors and
identifiers for screening at Customs and Border Protection (CBP) ports
of entry. The order is part of a five year indefinite
delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with DHS Domestic Nuclear
Detection Office (DNDO), which was announced in January of 2016.

RadSeeker is a next-generation, highly accurate radiation detection and
identification system. It can locate the source of radiological material
and identifies if it is harmful or naturally occurring. RadSeeker is the
result of several years of collaboration between Smiths Detection and
the DNDO to develop a next-generation device suitable for secondary
screening, small-area search and rapid mobile identification. RadSeeker
excels in complex real-world environments, providing the operator with
quick, simple, specific information for threat assessment.

Shan Hood, President of SDI, said, "RadSeeker is a great example of how
Smiths Detection works with customers, such as DHS, to create solutions
that meet their needs and prepare them for the future. We look forward
to continuing to develop innovative technology solutions, by working
with DNDO and other agencies, whose mission is to make the world safer."

Smiths Detection, part of Smiths Group, is a global leader in threat
detection and screening technologies for military, air transportation,
homeland security and emergency response markets. Our experience and
history across more than 40 years at the frontline, enables us to
provide unrivalled levels of expertise to detect and identify constantly
changing chemical, radiological, nuclear and explosive threats, as well
as weapons, dangerous goods, contraband and narcotics.

Our goal is simple – to provide security, peace of mind and freedom of
movement upon which the world depends. For more information visit www.smithsdetection.com.

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