RadalyX Technology

A unique imaging technology “RadalyX” in the form of 2D and 3D Robotic Imaging System (RIS) is the most modern imaging technology. It is a high-performance platform that is able to combine several imaging techniques, such as X-rays, computed tomography, ultrasound, surface profiling, etc., and is easily adaptable.
The new generation of X-ray imaging detectors provides unprecedented image quality. And all this with spatial resolution up to the micrometric level in a 2D or even 3D image. Radalytica is also working on a version for medicine, which has the potential to allow, for example, computed tomography for examinations for which it is not used today.

New generation X-ray image

Compared to common X-ray imaging technologies, such as films or flat panels, we use Advacam’s new-generation X-ray detectors, which are also used by US NASA in space at the international ISS station for their unique properties.
These imaging detectors are characterized by high resolution, almost unlimited range of grey levels and high sensitivity...
The advantage of using these advanced detectors is the fact that, thanks to their sensitivity, we are able to use up to half the energy of X-rays compared to existing technologies. This implies higher image resolution, but also lower demands on shielding against leakage of X-rays.
This simplifies, reduces the costs and lightens the construction of shielding chambers.

X-ray image of a dry rose demonstrates the unprecedented quality of X-ray imaging. Unlike a standard X-ray device, which is unable to display a dry rose in a vase, an X-ray image of a robotic system using Advacam detectors in high resolution and contrast shows both all the delicate parts of the head and even the stem inside the bottle, at the same time!
Something that HAS NOT BEEN POSSIBLE so far!

Combination of Imaging methods

  • Air-coupled ultrasound

    Radalytica is the first company to prove X-Ray and Ultrasound are complementary methods for NDT.

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  • Computed tomography and laminography

    Robots also allow to measure 3D images using computed tomography or laminography. These are commonly used methods in X-ray inspection, but with limited applicability to large objects.

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  • Inspection of curved surfaces

    The Robotic Imaging System is equipped with laser distance measurement as standard. It is used by the system to map the shape of the sample before measuring. This information is used to navigate the robots around the sample to avoid collisions.

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  • Focus to selected depth

    The flexibility of robot allows also focusing X-ray images to different depth and showing different layers of the sample.

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  • Laser surface profiling

  • Using a 3D Mouse

    Real-time imaging with a 3D mouse allows full control over the position and viewing angle of the X-ray image. The X-ray image of the given area of the sample is displayed in real time on the screen.

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