Threat: Unknown Radiation Exposure
Solution: Personal Sensor System
Joe Jesson, our guest on the Dr. Rima Truth Reports (May 20 and July 29, 2012) is a sensor specialist, IT engineer and a 2007 GE Edison honoree. General Bert, who commanded the US Army’s Electronic Research and Development Command (ERADCOM), has authorized Joe to develop a special, personal radiation sensor system.
General Bert’s commission to Joe is to develop the General Bert MultiSensor to give you urgently needed real-time information, such as radiation and other environmental hazard exposure, and your personal bio-marker response data.
Working with Dr. Rima, General Bert, Counsel Ralph Fucetola and Joe have identified critical markers which will quickly, easily and efficiently give you the information you need to protect yourself and your family.
But There is More
The General Bert MultSensor allows radiation data to upload to a special portal in near-real-time to allow users to generate and respond to real radiation information and generate timely warnings.
“It is very simple”, says General Bert, “the urgently needed radiation information requirement has abandoned by the governments, so we, the People, must become informed in order to protect ourselves. My technology puts information, the ultimate power, where it belongs: in your hands.
People like you, with families like yours, absolutely need this information to determine your risk and select your responses. Which is why I have directed my team to create the essential tool you must have in the post-Fukushima world.”
In collaboration with Doctor Rima, the General Bert MultiSensor has been designed to track your essential bio-markers under various environmental conditions. The Multi-Sensor is the modern, post-Fukushim, biofeedback solution.
Open-Source Wireless Sensor Platform
– Internet of Things –
Case Study: Radiation Sensor Integration
Joe Jesson, CTO, XACT Technology LLC
Newest Revolution – The Internet of Things
When I went to purchase Geiger-Muller radiation sensor tubes for a project I was working on last year, I was quickly informed that all GM sensors and Geiger counters were sold out. The Fukushima crisis drove engineers, technical hackers, and citizen scientists to quickly build and launch radiation-monitoring points throughout Japan. Many people do not trust the official government information and took control of sensing radiation throughout Japan. Within weeks of the Fukushima radiation incident, over 2,000 sensors were reporting to the revolutionary and pioneering open portal known as Pachube!
The key to this speed in which these sensors were deployed is the selection of open hardware (open Arduino hardware was a favorite in monitoring this background radiation, and an open Portal, Pachube, integrated with code to quickly report and share radiation levels throughout. While this also requires an Ethernet or WiFi connection to the Internet in order to communicate to a portal, we are going to show how the XACT wireless GSM/GPRS board enables a complete mobile radiation detection sensor platform.
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