Kernkraftwerksfernüberwachung Schleswig-Holstein - English Summary
The Nuclear Power Plant Monitoring System (KFÜ - Kernkraftwerksfernüberwachungssystem) in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein was established in 1981 for the surveillance of the NPP Brunsbuettel. In 1983 and 1986 this system was extended to monitor the NPPs Kruemmel and Brokdorf. In 1996 the KFÜ-SH was fundamentally renewed to bring the system up to date.
Since 2002 the KFÜ is equipped with a new state-of-the-art measuring network for ambient dose rate. The data transfer of 80 measuring devices is done via radio transmission to three receivers, which submit the results to the main system. Another part of the network are 60 devices of the federal bureau for radiological protection, which are shared based on a cooperation.
This site gives you the opportunity to look at current online data from this monitoring network.