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D-tect Systems


Applying expertise in radiation physics, spectral identification, and advanced sensor technology, D-tect Systems is focused exclusively on combating the urgent threat from radiological and other hazardous substances. We strive to produce innovative, accurate radiation detection devices of the highest quality at reasonable prices.

Our products are used internationally by embassies, military agencies, homeland security personnel, NATO Countries' public safety officers, and law enforcement. In the United States, our customers include the Department of State, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Homeland Security. Please feel free to contact us about our products or services.

D-tect Systems was founded in 2001 and was a division of VPI Technology, located in Draper, Utah. As of January 2023, both D-tect Systems and VPI Technology are divisions of Ludlum Measurements, Inc. Read more about the acquisition here. VPI’s core capabilities are electrical, software, and mechanical engineering design and development; prototyping; and product manufacturing.

D-tect Systems
313 West 12800 South, Suite 302
Draper, UT 84020 USA

(801) 260-4000


For Sentry-RMS support call (801) 260-4075

SciWise Solutions and D-tect Systems Awarded Department of National Defence Contract to Protect Military from Radioactivity

April 20, 2023


Great news for engineering partner, D-tect Systems, as Canadian technology company SciWise Solutions secures the largest radiation detection contract awarded by the Canadian Department of National Defence in over 25 years!


D-tect Systems will provide modern, innovative, cutting-edge technology to back up SciWise in developing a streamlined solution to replace Canada's aging and outdated radiation detection systems. The new system will consist of a base unit with smart, hot-swappable probes, replacing the current multiple detection devices.


D-tect Systems is proud to support the protection of Canada's most valuable commodity - its soldiers - and to help facilitate international incident management worldwide. Click here to read the full press release.

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