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A 3D Accelerated Xray (3DAX) technology
Deltaray’s globally patented technology allows for items to be x-ray scanned and for these scans to be analysed and inspected in 3D using Artificial Intelligence (AI). This means that companies can check the internal quality of each product in the production line and at production line speed in a non-destructive manner. This innovation sees Deltaray deliver a response that is perfectly geared to the Industry 4.0 trend.
With its 3D Accelerated Xray (3DAX) technology, Deltaray’s ambition is to spark a new inspection category.
The devices that are used today for the purpose of visual quality checks inspect only the exterior. They do not provide any information about the non-visible parts. This is the case of x-ray CT scans. As large amounts of images need to be processed, this method works much slower. Deltaray scans items non-invasively and generates 3D defect assays that are typically one hundred times faster than CT scans. Today, the company is already offering its customers fully automated inspection systems as all-in-one solutions. It will shortly also be introducing its new 3DAX imaging kit solution as a ground-breaking inspection technology for machine manufacturers and industrial automation players. The 3DAX imaging kit will be available across Europe from September 2022 and is set to be launched around the world in late 2022.
Who is the proposed solution for?
The business holds an exclusive worldwide licence to the technology for industrial inspection applications. Thanks to the company’s Zero Defects policy, this kind of quality control technology is especially rewarding for companies operating in the automotive industry, the medical industry and the manufacturing industry, where the complexity of the parts manufactured demands thorough quality control of every single item.
Dirk Hamelinck – Deltaray CEO
Prof. Jan Sijbers - FounderScientific Advisor
Walter Nackaerts - FounderBusiness director
Prof. J. De Beenhouwer - FounderScientific Advisor