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Removing NDT Barriers for Composites with Robotic Computed Tomography
Source: Composites World
Radalytica (Olomouc, Czech Republic) has developed the unique robotic imaging system "RadalyX", which combines collaborative robots with state-of-the-art x-ray imaging sensors to significantly expand and improve nondestructive testing (NDT) for composite parts. "The photon-counting detectors are produced by Advacam s.r.o., our partner company that began as a startup from a university," explains Martin Josifek, sales manager for Radalytica. "The detector chip technology originates from a collaboration led by CERN in Switzerland, which continues research on it." Note, CERN is the world’s largest particle physics lab that developed the Hadron collider. "This detector chip technology is very versatile and therefore it is also used by NASA on the International Space Station to monitor space radiation," adds Josifek.

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