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14 January 2021

We are delighted to contribute X-rayQA research again to EFOMP’s European Medical Physics News. This winter edition features our R&D Physicist, Petty Cartemo, Ph.D., discussing RTI detector development with Monte Carlo Simulations. Find her research article on p.43.



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Groundbreaking new product in X-ray QA testing.

RTI has made a groundbreaking advancement in X-ray Quality Assurance (QA) and testing by introducing their revolutionary new X-ray meter Mako – the next-generation multimodality X-ray meter with market-leading accuracy (±1.5 % kVp uncertainty) thanks to innovative new detector technology....

Launch of the RTI cloud server myBox

With the Ocean Next™ 3.0 update, you can connect to our new cloud service myBox.
All your Ocean Next templates and measurements will be stored ­automatically and kept safe....

Webinar May 3: The Importance of Traceability in X-ray QA and Testing Performance

The webinar, presented by Erik Wikström at RTI, highlights traceability in X-ray QA and testing. It explores more efficient ways to streamline workflow and standardize test procedures for the HTM community, beyond Excel and spreadsheets, in the era of AI and advanced imaging solutions....

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