Not long after the 2014 summary announced a first achievement of 100 units deployed globally, the network has already doubled its size, with a total of two hundred units installed or in transit to their new location.
The new locations are many and it would be a rather complicated task to name them all in a decent size blog post, but iterate just a few, the additions include:
uradmonitor-australia-new-zealand uradmonitor-italy

uradmonitor-united-kingdom-isle-of-man-ireland uradmonitor-norway-sweden

uradmonitor-moscow-russia uradmonitor-istanbul-turkey

uradmonitor-france uradmonitor-estonia

uradmonitor-british-virgin-islands uradmonitor-austria-czech-republic-hungary-slovakia

With this impressive increase in units reaching two hundred, the volume of global radiation data collected has gone up as well, getting closer to a total of 20 million entries.

The stats show a major presence of uRADMonitor units in the United States, followed by Australia, Germany, Canada and Great Britain. The column marked TMP represents mostly units currently in transit or waiting to be installed.
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