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IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Unmanned Aerial Radiation Measurement Systems (UARaMS)

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  • This standard establishes performance criteria and characterization techniques for radiation measurement systems incorporated onto unmanned aerial systems. This standard focuses on radiation response expectations and environmental parameters that could be experienced during use such as temperature changes, mechanical shock, and onboard vibration. For radiation response expectations, response vectors include those expected from distributed radioactive contamination and from radioactive point sources. The primary UAVs of interest include those from Group 1 and Group 2 UAV designations

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docid.id IEEE PN42.63/D-4-2022-09
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docid#3.id 978-1-5044-8990-4
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docnumber IEEE PN42.63/D-4-2022-09
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script Latn
date.value 2022
date.type created
date#2.value Sept. 16, 2022
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date#3.value 2022
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title.content IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Unmanned Aerial Radiation Measurement Systems (UARaMS)
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abstract.content This standard establishes performance criteria and characterization techniques for radiation measurement systems incorporated onto unmanned aerial systems. This standard focuses on radiation response expectations and environmental parameters that could be experienced during use such as temperature changes, mechanical shock, and onboard vibration. For radiation response expectations, response vectors include those expected from distributed radioactive contamination and from radioactive point sources. The primary UAVs of interest include those from Group 1 and Group 2 UAV designations
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contributor.organization.name.content Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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contributor.organization.contact.address.country USA
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keyword IEEE Standards
keyword#2 Autonomous aerial vehicles
keyword#3 Temperature measurement
keyword#4 Vibration control
keyword#5 Performance evaluation
keyword#6 Radiation detection
keyword#7 Radiation monitoring
keyword#8 Nuclear power generation
keyword#9 This standard establishes performance c 33 riteria and characterization techniques for 34 radiation measurement systems incorporated onto unmanned aerial systems. This standard 35 focuses on radiation response expectations and environmental parameters that could be 36 experienced during use such as temperature changes
keyword#10 mechanical shock
keyword#11 and onboard vibration. 37 For radiation response expectations
keyword#12 response vectors include those expected from distributed 38 radioactive contamination and from radioactive point sources. The primary UAVs of interest includethose from Group 1 and Group 2 UAV designations
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editorialgroup.committee TC45 - Radiation and Nuclear Instrumentation and Systems of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society