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date_range 12 - 15 June, 2018

FOOMA JAPAN 2018

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FOOMA JAPAN 2018

Members of the Direct Conversion management team will be accompanying Acrorad, one of our major distributors in the Asian market, to FOOMA JAPAN, Tokyo (June 12-15, 2018).

FOOMA JAPAN is the International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition organised by The Japan Food Machinery Manufacturers’ Association. The exhibition showcases products, technologies, and services primarily within food processing operations. These represent every conceivable link in the value chain for food-related equipment.

We visited FOOMA JAPAN in 2017 and recognised it as one of the leading events in the industry. It is a great opportunity to raise visibility, meet with potential new customers and strengthen existing relationships.

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The basic component in our detectors is a direct conversion material, which converts the x-rays into electrical signals, and a CMOS (ASIC) which transforms the electric signals into a datastream of either the integrated electric charge or the number of photons which has entered each pixel. This data is then used to create a digital image which is either two- or threedimensional, depending on the scan geometry.

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