euronews Alert documentary

euronews Alert documentary
  • Date: Monday 11th November 2013

Today euronews, Europe's most watched news channel, are making a feature on the Alert project. 

Filming is taking place today at the University of Hertfordshire's campus where euronews will speak with Dr Chris Stopford from the Alert developmebt team who has been involved in the project since it commenced. euronews will explain the history of the project, brief overview of the science behind Alert and illustrate the detector in use on a construction site. 
euronews will speak also with Alan Archer, MD of The Select Group on how the Alert project is now progressing from EU FP7 funded R&D project towards commercialization in readiness for release onto the global market. Mr Archer will cover the Select Group's plans to commence manufacture of the first detectors in the Alert range in mid-2014.
The 4 minute Alert feature will be aired on euronews on Thursday 28th November (exact time TBC).
As a multilingual European news television channel the feature on Alert will be aired in 13 different languages to an audience of 350 million.

Filming is taking place today at the University of Hertfordshire's campus where euronews will speak with Dr Chris Stopford from the Alert development team. Dr Stopford has been involved in the project since it commenced and will explain to euronews the research and development history of the project, the science behind Alert and illustrate the detector in use on a construction site. 

euronews will interview Alan Archer, MD of The Select Group on how the Alert project is now progressing from an EU FP7 funded R&D project towards commercialization in readiness for release onto the global market. Mr Archer will cover the Select Group's plans to commence manufacture of the first detectors in the Alert range in mid-2014.

The 4 minute Alert feature will be aired on euronews on Thursday 28th November (exact time TBC).

As a multilingual European news television channel the feature on Alert will be aired in 13 different languages to a potential audience of 350 million.

 

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