The Glass-Free Detector has been created to produce high-resolution images from a digital detector while also providing great user and patient benefits. One such benefit is its lightweight design, which weighs only 4.5 pounds, 27% less than the standard model.
The glass-free wireless detector was ergonomically created with patients’ and radiologists’ comfort in mind, demonstrating the company’s dedication to innovation.
The Global glass-free detector market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
AccE Glass-Free Detector for X-Ray Imaging is launched by Samsung. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently granted the AccE Glass-Free Detector 510(k) authorization for commercial use in the USA.
Being pioneers in the development of healthcare imaging, we have seen the need for fresh approaches that improve user and patient comfort.Their Glass-Free Detector displays dependability in a variety of settings, from the ER to the OR, to assist in getting the job done—and done well.
It incorporates Lightweight Design, High Load Allowance, Dust and Water Resistant, and Lightweight Design.
The AccE Glass-Free Detector was created to provide users and patients with great user and patient benefits while delivering high-resolution images of a digital detector. Samsung has made a concerted effort to aid professionals by creating top-tier image technology that maximises functionality.
The AccE GC85A and AccE GM85 mobile digital radiography systems will soon both support the usage of the AccE Glass-Free Detector.
With the use of cutting-edge algorithms and CMOS image sensors, Artilux has created a glass-free detector technology that can take excellent pictures without the use of a conventional lens.
This technology is based on a method known as computational imaging, which uses sophisticated algorithms to interpret the information received by the image sensor and rebuild an image that is on par with or better than a conventional lens-based system.
Comparing standard lens-based systems to Artilux’s glass-free detector technology reveals a number of benefits. For applications like mobile devices, driverless vehicles, and security cameras, it is a perfect choice because it is more compact, lighter, and less expensive to create.
Also, the system is less vulnerable to damage from shocks or vibrations because it doesn’t employ any glass or other optical components. Overall, the glass-free detector technology developed by Artilux is a novel and exciting approach to imaging that has the potential to completely change how people take and analyse pictures.
Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor from Sony is a glass-free detector that can pick up things without the use of a glass lens. This sensor measures the separation between an item in its range of view and itself using a method known as time-of-flight.
To do this, a light pulse is emitted, and the time it takes for the light to bounce back off the item and return to the sensor is then recorded. The sensor can build a 3D map of its surroundings by repeating this several times per second.
Smartphones, drones, and self-driving cars are just a few examples of the many devices and applications that Sony’s ToF sensor can be employed in.
For instance, the sensor in a smartphone can be used to enable augmented reality (AR) applications, which let users place virtual objects in the real environment or measure a room’s size.
The sensor can be utilised for obstacle avoidance and navigation in drones and autonomous vehicles. In terms of glass-free detectors, Sony’s ToF sensor marks a considerable improvement, and it is expected that this technology will find more uses in the upcoming years.
The recent merger of Nuctech Company Limited and Suntech Optics. Nuctech, one of the leading global providers of X-ray and security inspection solutions, has acquired Suntech Optics, a provider of advanced X-ray detectors.
This acquisition will allow Nuctech to expand its portfolio of products and services, providing customers with access to the latest glass-free detectors.
InfraRed Integrated Systems (IRIS) announced the acquisition of Oryx Imaging, a provider of glass-free detectors. This acquisition will enable IRIS to expand its product portfolio and tap into the growing demand for more reliable and efficient detectors.
In addition, hightec-detectors announced the acquisition of Detecs, a provider of innovative glass-free detector solutions. This acquisition will enable hightec-detectors to expand its product portfolio and offer customers access to the latest detectors.
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