Neya Systems LLC Releases UxCBRN IOP-compliant CBRN Interface Hardware

As a part of Neya's growing Ux line of products, UxCBRN™ provides an IOP-compliant interface to a broad range of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Environmental sensors.

WEXFORD, Pa., March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Neya Systems has announced the release of its UxCBRN IOP-compliant interface hardware.


As a part of Neya's growing Ux line of products, UxCBRN™ provides an IOP-compliant interface to a broad range of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Environmental sensors.

UxCBRN™ has been developed from the ground up to be a robust, hardened, self-contained package to integrate CBRN sensors to new or existing small and mid-sized unmanned ground vehicle platforms. Designed to IP67 specifications, with integrated EMI and EFI protection, and a temperature operating range of -20 to 140F, UxCBRN™ is built to operate in the most challenging environments where our newest unmanned ground vehicles will be deployed.

UxCBRN™ provides IOP-compliant interfaces to the ThermoFisher FirstDefender, RAE Systems MultiRAE, Canberra RGU-100, with M4A1 JCAD and Fido XT under development. It includes 4 independent RS-232 ports and 4 independent USB interfaces, and two software-programmable power supplies to power sensors.

"We are very happy to announce the release of UxCBRN," said Dr. Parag Batavia, president of Neya Systems. "UxCBRN provides IOP interfaces to a broad range of sensors, is easily expandable to include more sensor types, and can be retrofitted onto current unmanned ground vehicle platforms."

About Neya Systems LLC

Neya Systems is a leading developer of advanced unmanned systems technologies in the United States. Neya works with defense, homeland security, and commercial customers to deliver novel solutions to some of the hardest problems related to autonomy, computer vision, and general unmanned systems development and deployment. Both government- and commercial-sector engineering managers consistently turn to Neya's team when seeking expertise related to perception in difficult visual conditions.

For more information, visit http://www.neyasystems.com

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