Reconstructing a piece of a spaceship

I just visited the International Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (ICT) at the University of Applied Sciences in Wels in Upper Austria. Conference is arranged every 2 years and is a must visit for all who are working with new CT technologies. Timing was perfect - I was able to present some really interesting reconstruction results that we did for NASA. The case was about reconstruction using limited transmitter movement angle. This challenging geometry can be found when inspecting large objects or when the inspected object is mounted to some larger structure. Same object is also presented at the newest volume of Materials evaluation (ASNT).

Feedback was very positive and we got quite a bunch of new interesting co-operation possibilities. Also some medical imaging units can benefits from this type of reconstruction as tomosynthesis devices can be upgraded to produce CT type images.


Janne Käpylehto
Vice President, Business Development
Eigenor Corporation