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10/4/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Advacam

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Advacam (Prague, Czech Republic; Espoo, Finland) is introducing Widepix 10x10, a new x-ray nondestructive testing (NDT) imaging camera that offers color X-ray imaging made possible thanks to a novel procedure of detected X-ray photons processing, which allows measurement of the photon wavelength (color).

Advacam (Prague, Czech Republic; Espoo, Finland) is introducing Widepix 10x10, a new x-ray nondestructive testing (NDT) imaging camera that offers color X-ray imaging made possible thanks to a novel procedure of detected X-ray photons processing, which allows measurement of the photon wavelength (color). Widepix 10x10 also captures X-ray images at high contrast and detail since it electronically processes every photon caught in the camera. It offers a camera resolution of 6.5 megapixels and a sensor area of 196 cm2. The system is based on technology developed in an international collaboration lead by CERN, Switzerland. Advacam s.r.o is a technology spin-off of the Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics of Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic. Advacam Oy is a spin-off company from VTT Technical Research Center of Finland. 

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