Our Services


We provide a number of services which can be used by the website visitors. Most of these services are freely accessible, and do not require more than just to click to a correspondent link.

Some services require prior authorization in order to use them. How to register is explained HERE.

We ask for a simple registration, just because we made the system to offer more functionality associated with user profile.

Radiological Maps

Radiological Maps

Simple

Simple map shows measurements of environmental radioactivity in the form of gamma dose rate averages and maxima for the last 24 hours. These measurements originate from some 5000 stations in 37 European countries.

The map utilizes a responsive web technology that allows it to be displayed on variety of mobile and tablet browsers.

Try it now

Advanced

The application is temporarily suspended due to the transition to a new version. The new improved map will display detailed information on natural radioactivity needed to explain various environmental radioactivity phenomena. The new map will offer more options in terms of configuration and filtering.

Release of the new Advanced map is scheduled for November 2019.

Note, the map will require authorization using EU Login, how to register is explained HERE.

See a mock-up ->
16 - Stations Selection - Locate on Map 12 - History View 2 02 - Scale Preset 2 08 - Countries Selector 2

Web Widget

A widget is a stand-alone application that can be embedded into third party sites by any user on a page where they have rights of authorship, e.g. a webpage, blog etc.

For instance, the widget could be hosted in a page of a website belonging to a national data provider or a national authority, see this example.

Although the widget looks like it is running on the hosting website, it actually loads all the markup, code and data from our services. The maintenance of the widget remained on our side while you simply display the data.

Install

Some countries impose a delay (between 0-999 hours) before the data becomes visible to the public.