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AnyDATA Announces ARD400-W 3G Radiation Monitor And AnyCARE Service Platform For Fukushima Recovery

AnyDATA Corporation has announced the ARD400-W, a 3G-enabled dosimeter that automatically transmits the atmospheric radiation level and its location to remote servers for data sharing and archiving through the AnyCARE Service Platform. Utilizing its expertise in wireless device technology and connected solution platforms, AnyDATA has developed a complete, end-to-end safety solution for people at risk of exposure to harmful radiation. The ARD400-W has already garnered praise around the wireless world, winning 1st place in the Consumer Electronics: Tablets and Embedded Devices category of CTIA’s Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Awards last year.

With the ARD400-W, users have the latest technologies at their fingertips to keep them safe in areas with high risk of radiation contamination. The discreet, handheld device is equipped with a high performance CsI radiation sensor to monitor the current atmospheric radiation level, as well as the lifetime radiation exposure level of the user. As part of AnyDATA’s complete solution, the device’s integrated speakerphone and panic alert button provide one-touch connection to a call center operator in the event of an emergency. In addition to the Call Center connection, the device is integrated with the AnyCARE Service Platform for automatic transmission of radiation and location data for mapping and archiving. The AnyCARE Service Platform’s secure API system allows select business partners to develop solutions using the radiation map and location data without the fear of compromising the sensitive data.

“This connected radiation safety solution is a good example of how wireless technology can be expanded beyond simple communication tools,” said Dr. Soon B. Shin, CEO of AnyDATA. “We are excited to offer innovative wireless solutions for the safety of residents and reconstruction workers in Fukushima, Japan.”

To provide the most complete solution, AnyDATA has partnered with numerous industry leading companies including Qualcomm Japan and Techno AP, a Japanese company with years of experience producing radiation sensors. The ARD400-W has been certified for use in Japan and has undergone extensive field trials in Japan’s radiation affected areas.

For more information visit AnyDATA booth, 5F95, at CEATEC Japan 2013 in Tokyo (10/1/13 – 10/5/13).

About AnyDATA

AnyDATA Corporation develops and markets a range of smart car devices and mHealth products that combine an expertise in location-based services (LBS) platform and 2G/3G/4G wireless technologies with various smart sensor technologies. The company’s key strength lies in its strong engineering and ability to create differentiated value for its customers by rapidly developing diverse wireless products and providing end-to-end integrated wireless solutions. As a wireless business enabler, our expertise in enabling non-wireless business partners to become wireless device/solution providers is a major asset to our business partners. With R&D centers in US, Korea, and China, AnyDATA products have been certified by more than 60 wireless operators in 45 countries.

AnyDATA Corporation was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. Further information can be found at www.anydata.com.

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