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UNDT Announces Development of Smart Phone Compatible Radiation Detector

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Universal Detection Technology (UNDT) has announced that it has started developing a smart phone compatible radiation detector. The device will be able to read radiation levels and to communicate the results with smart phones such as Apple's iPhone.

The device is being developed in response to the needs of the Company's current and potential customers to have the ability to capture radiological data on a smartphone to be saved, analyzed, and immediately uploaded to any distribution channel.

The Company is working to launch the device in the second quarter of 2012. Once completed, the Company plans to make the device available in the United States, Japan, and other countries as well.

The initial development of the device has been focused on making it "blue tooth" compatible with Apple's iPhone although the Company expects to add other smartphone platforms in the future.

The Company cannot assure that it will successfully develop the device in the anticipated time frame for development, if at all, due to any number of factors including software of other scientific difficulties, lack of funding, or abandonment of the project, if customer demand diminishes substantially.