Surveillance of Multiple Battery Units
• It is anticipated that IAEA regulators will soon call for requirements to organize the control and safety of multiple batteries dispersed throughout the globe
• Arrangements are anticipated to reach and control each unit from a Communications, Command, and Control Center (C3) via satellite with military-type of encoding to protect the network.
• In addition, each unit will be attended by local trained personnel with technical authority to operate the plant(s).
• Each command step to control the battery will require synchronized manipulation at the C3 and local stations. The system will have total backup to assure connectivity.
• Nucleanova will contract with an existing organization the fueling, commissioning, and decommissioning of the micro-reactors, including the transportation to/from each battery site.
• If the number of batteries is too large for a satellite services company to handle the C3 functions, Nucleanova will arrange to create its own closed satellite system for global control of the deployed units.