The vehicle-borne radiation environmental monitoring system is not restricted by time, location and weather, and in the event of a sudden nuclear accident, it can quickly enter the accident site and monitor the ambient reflectivity level and absorbed air dose rate at the first time. At the same time, the vehicle-borne data communication and processing system is used to transmit the real-time data to the platform of emergency monitoring and dispatching, which provides powerful technical support for accurate radioactive evaluation and emergency decision-making. At present, domestic and foreign research on vehicle-borne environmental radiation monitoring system is more extensive, but there are fewer summary articles. In this paper, the application and development direction of the vehicle-borne radiation environmental monitoring system are briefly described, and some suggestions are proposed for establishing of corresponding dose correction methods and technical regulations according to the problems faced by the existing technology.
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