Our founding team developed the GRI-LAMP 3D radiation mapping technology as researchers at a DOE national laboratory. Over the years, we conducted several dozen research campaigns and demonstrated this technology around the world, including in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, and in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. At these demonstrations, we heard firsthand from radiation detector operators, first responders, CBRNE specialists, and others about how LAMP would make their jobs easier, safer and more efficient; that our 3D radiation mapping technologies are a game changer for radiation detection, assessment, and response. At GRI, our mission is to realize the benefits of LAMP 3D radiation mapping and data fusion by putting this technology in the hands of people who will use it for impactful missions, including nuclear power safety and decommissioning, emergency response, homeland security, defense, and more. Our team of scientist-entrepreneurs has extensive experience in radiation detection, computer vision and software and hardware development and are proud to bring to market innovative gamma-ray imaging and neutron mapping, visualization, and data fusion technologies.