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intecbilling.com

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Valuation

$0000 

About Intec

The world's best business and operations support systems (BSS/OSS) products, solutions and services, implemented anywhere in the world. The company support over 400 communications companies, helping them to deliver profitable, high quality, services over fixed, mobile and networks. The company's products are developed, implemented and supported by over 1,600 professional staff from offices around the world.

Intec Headquarters Location

301 Perimeter Center North

Atlanta, Georgia, 30346,

United States

404-705-2800

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Intec Patents

Intec has filed 22 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Capacitors
  • Electricity
  • Electrochemistry
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/29/2021

2/22/2022

Software testing, Software testing tools, Software quality, Machine learning, Natural language processing

Grant

Application Date

7/29/2021

Grant Date

2/22/2022

Title

Related Topics

Software testing, Software testing tools, Software quality, Machine learning, Natural language processing

Status

Grant

Latest Intec News

Drones to map Idaho high-level waste store

Sep 9, 2022

Drones to map Idaho high-level waste store 07 September 2022 Share Workers at the Calcine Retrieval Project (CRP) at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) site are being trained to operate a light detection and ranging-equipped drone in preparation for mapping the interior of a high-level radioactive waste storage vault. Workers being trained at INTEC to use the drone (Image: DOE EM) The US Department of Energy's (DOE's) Office of Environmental Management (EM) Calcine Retrieval Project (CRP) manages calcined high-level waste (HLW) stored at the Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center (INTEC). Calcine is a dry, granular waste form from the processing of liquid wastes. The project supports the DOE's legal obligations to remove calcined HLW from Idaho and the long-term strategic goal to protect human health and the environment. In 2015, DOE initiated an independent analysis of alternatives for the treatment and disposal of calcined waste. The analysis determined that treatment and disposal of calcined HLW are uncertain at this time because treatment technologies are immature and there is no designated long-term storage site. DOE concluded that, regardless of treatment and disposal uncertainties, all treatment and disposal options require retrieval of calcine from cylindrical storage bins, known as bin sets. Three CRP engineers have recently completed initial training on piloting a lightweight, carbon fibre-caged drone with automated flight stability features inside a test facility at INTEC and then inside a more confined space within the facility as part of their training provided by the drone manufacturer. "Learning to fly an expensive, high-performance drone can be very stressful," said CRP engineer Kevin Young, who arranged the training. "There were no crashes, and at the end of the day, all three were competently manoeuvring the drone around obstacles and through very tight spaces within the test facility." The training served as initial practice for a complicated mission planned for later this year. Engineers will fly the drone inside a waste storage vault at INTEC that houses a set of four cylindrical bins, known as Bin Set 1, that contain 220 cubic metres of calcine. The waste will ultimately be transferred using pressurised air from Bin Set 1 to Bin Set 6, allowing Bin Set 1 to be closed. Once the mission is complete, data collected by the drone will create a detailed map of the piping and other obstructions within the concrete vault to prepare for positioning waste removal equipment. "Mapping the inside of this vault is a challenging problem," Young said. "The vault is not designed for human access, and even if it were, the radiation levels are way too high for a person to go inside. Using the drone is the safest and most cost-effective solution for getting the data we need." In addition to developing a retrieval system for calcine removal from Bin Set 1, the CRP team is responsible for developing a strategy to retrieve, treat and repackage an additional 4200 cubic metres of calcine from five other bin sets. All calcine must be ready to leave the state of Idaho by 2035 in compliance with a 1995 Idaho Settlement Agreement milestone. Researched and written by World Nuclear News Related topics

  • Where is Intec's headquarters?

    Intec's headquarters is located at 301 Perimeter Center North, Atlanta.

  • What is Intec's latest funding round?

    Intec's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Intec?

    Investors of Intec include CSG Systems and General Atlantic.

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