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The Radiological Emergency Management System (REMS) is a post-event radiation sensor network designed for response and recovery after a release of radiation in an urban area, whether accidental or deliberate. Sensors distributed throughout a city at fixed rooftop sites transmit real-time data to a central command center, where emergency management officials can determine the scope of a radiological incident.
|Radiological Emergency Management System (REMS) Fact Sheet||116.05 KB|
Last Published Date: September 1, 2016