Gamma-Ray Imaging Spectrometer

Gamma Cameras, or Gamma-Ray Imaging Spectrometer, can take gamma-ray pictures and merge them with normal images hence visulizing the activity distibution in an area. They are used to locate and identify radoactivity and of course mapping the contamination. Other applications for Gamma-Ray Imaging Spectrometers are emergency situation, security issues and of course decommisioning.

Polaris-H - Spectroscopic Gamma Camera

Polaris-H is a gamma camera from H3D using compton scattering and operates without a collimator. The gamma-rays incoming to the detector are tracked as the scatter inside. Mathematical algorithms are used to retrace the paths...

iPIX - Ultra Portable Gamma-Ray Imaging System