Technology | August 01, 2014

New Software Company XRware Dedicated to X-Ray System Needs

August 1, 2014 — XRware is a new software company on the market for X-ray system manufacturers and end-users.

The company offers standard packages to SDK for all OEM needs. It provides flexible on-demand software development services and has a full OEM project management and X-ray systems expert services. The XRware software suite offers the following modules:

  • Simulation whole-system modeling for a more accurate system design, XR control setup and system calibration;
  • 2-D and 3-D image processing for a more accurate analysis of images;
  • Tomography reconstruction — generate object model from its projections using artifact-reduced approaches, trajectories and acquisition constraints (partial scan, low-dose acquisitions);
  • Analysis tools to aid quantification and diagnosis; and
  • Accurate data representation tools for a better visualization study.


For more information: www.xrware.com

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