Having multiple acquisition modes, a real benefit for your daily inspections
Having multiple acquisition modes on an x-ray computed tomography (CT) system allows the operator to select the most appropriate mode for each examination, which can provide several benefits, including:
// Improved image quality: Different acquisition modes can produce different types and resolutions of images. Having multiple modes allows the operator to select the mode that is most suitable for the examination, which can result in higher-quality images and more accurate results.
// Enhanced capabilities: Some acquisition modes, such as cone-beam CT or limited angle rotation mode, offer capabilities that are not available in other modes. Having multiple modes allows the CT system to take advantage of these capabilities when needed.
// Increased speed: Some acquisition modes, such as multi-slice CT and helical scan mode, allow for faster scanning speeds and shorter scan times. This can be particularly useful for examining large objects or for performing multiple scans in a short period of time.
// Flexibility: Different acquisition modes are suitable for different types of objects and applications. Having multiple modes allows the CT system to be used for a wider range of examinations and to adapt to the specific needs of each case.
// Improved efficiency: Having multiple acquisition modes can help the operator to optimize the CT system for each examination, which can result in more efficient use of the system and reduced downtime.