Production Model TFD 1 Field Detector Completed

The TFD 1 field detector device,
shown here with external TP-21
close range scanner attached.
Today, the CiDR Engineering Core announced the completion of the production model TFD 1 temporal field detector device. A low volume manufacturing facility in Oakland, Calif. will produce a small number of the devices and the CiDR Administrative Team will make them available for loan to CiDR researchers around the world, beginning in the next couple of months.

The inaugural field test with the TFD 1 will take place tomorrow night, when a small team of CiDR researchers will use the device to investigate possible anomalous activity in the West Oakland neighborhood.

"It is very rewarding to see this project come to completion," Dr. Nagarjuna Gupta, one of the project's chief scientists said, "I can't wait to see the results that our field research teams find."

The TFD 1 has been in development for more than two years, and was completed with the combined effort of multiple branches of CiDR.

For more information on the device's operation and functionality, please visit our technology page.