Posts Tagged ‘POIG

We have conducted initial tests of the complete Versetile Ultrasound Platform !!! The developed, built and pre-tested electronic modules (RX64, CTRL96, TX192) have been connected into one unit. The implemented software allows to program functions of the device and carries out reconstruction as well as visualization of ultrasound images. Currently, we are testing the basic […]

The visit in KIT

In: Event|Misc

28 Mar 2014

We had a visit to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) being invited by the German side. The talks were focused on the possibility of cooperation in the multi-channel systems of signal acquisition for the application in ultrasonic tomography. Unique features of our solution (ie. fast data transfer and processing technology using GPU processors) respond […]

Once again we took part in the annual scientific conference IUS (IEEE Ultrasonics). This time it was in Prague, 21-25.07.2013. For the second time we presented at our booth: projects, conducted research and offer for electronic systems developed by our Team. The exhibition attracted a lot of interest. We hope that the established contacts will […]

Success in Dresden

In: Event

30 Oct 2012

Our participation in the conference IUS 2012 in Dresden was a full success! The show (organized by ourselves!) that promoted the carried out POIG project and our Team had a great interest. We distributed almost all promotional materials and established dozens of contacts. In addition to the exhibition, we astonished all (at least we think) […]

Welcome to the IUS 2012 Conference in Dresden (7-10.10.2012)! This year, we are going in a very large group after acceptation as many as 4 reports from our group project: [PDF] P3A-6: Imaging Quality of the Classical Beamforming, SAFT, and Plane Wave Imaging – Experimental Results Piotr Karwat, Ziemowit Klimonda, Marcin Lewandowski, Andrzej Nowicki [PDF] […]

In the past few weeks we conducted the first tests of start/activation/run of the 64-channel acquisition module RX64. The RX64 module is the first and most important element of the developed ultrasound platform. It will provide possibility of simultaneous sampling and digitization of ultrasonic echo signals from 64 transmitters. Use of highly advanced electronic solutions […]