radiology

The world’s first photon-counting CT

A quantum leap in clinical decision making

After more than 15 years of development, the world's first photon-counting system is here to redefine CT.

Radiologists will be able to scan previously excluded patients and see details that were not visible before for precise, more meaningful information and consistent results.

Join us at the launch event on November 18 to be part of this quantum leap forward in technology. 

How could photon-counting CT impact cardiology, oncology, and pulmonology?

Discover how you can now diagnose previously excluded patients – and much more.

Explore how initial scans will now have the potential to provide more meaningful information for taking decisions on the clinical pathway – and much more.

Learn how you’ll have all relevant CT results in one single scan – and much more.

CT Photon Counting Agenda
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Photon-counting has been in development for many years until its breakthrough. Take a look behind the scenes and learn more about the next generation of CT scanners.

From gas to scintillator to photon-counting – it has been an amazing journey for all people involved in radiology. See the story and what’s behind the new detector.

The purest cadmium telluride crystal in the world lays the basis for next technology leap in computed tomography. Take a sneak peak into the crystal growing lab where the magic happens – and see how it makes photon-counting CT a reality for clinical routine.