A Multi-Element Detector System for Intelligent Imaging: I-ImaS

@article{Griffiths2006AMD,
  title={A Multi-Element Detector System for Intelligent Imaging: I-ImaS},
  author={J A Griffiths and M. Metaxas and G. Royle and Cristian Venanzi and C J Esbrand and P. F. van der Stelt and H. Verheij and Gang Li and Renato Turchetta and Andrea Fant and P. Gasiorek and Sergios Theodoridis and H. Georgiou and D. Cavouras and Gregory D Hall and Matthew Noy and James Jones and J. Leaver and Dave Machin and S. Greenwood and M. Khaleeq and Helene Schulerud and J. M. Ostby and F. Triantis and Asimakis Asimidis and D. Bolanakis and Nikos Manthos and Renata Longo and Anna Bergamaschi and R. Speller},
  journal={2006 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={2554-2558}
}
I-ImaS is a European project aiming to produce new, intelligent X-ray imaging systems using novel APS sensors to create optimal diagnostic images. Initial systems concentrate on mammography and encephalography. Later development will yield systems for other types of radiography such as industrial QA and homeland security. The I-ImaS system intelligence, due to APS technology and FPGAs, allows real-time analysis of data during image acquisition, giving the capability to build a truly adaptive… CONTINUE READING