The two nuclear characterisation instruments developed in the REACH project have somewhat different deployment requirements; the ViridiScope is relatively light laser sampling head that requires physical contact to take samples, while the Createc N-Visage system is significantly heavier, but does not require physical contact. However, they both target characterisation with remote deployment. ViridiScope has been reduced in size to permit it to be deployed in pipes and voids as small as 15 cm in diameter and at 40 m distance from the control electronics. The Createc Mini NVisage is also being miniaturised. The sensor system therefore provides an unprecedented characterisation capability. The unit is designed to pass through a standard 15 cm nuclear cell penetration. A non-active demonstration will be held in the spring at UKAEA RACE, where facilities are available to show the tools operating in a realistic environment. There is access to a range of small agile robots for deployment which will be made available. End-user will be able to see key demonstrations in a glove box with a narrow penetration for access and in a ‘mock up’ cell area with pipework, voids and difficult to access areas. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.