Logos, established in 2002, has transformed portable security radiography with the introduction of their Computed Radiography (CR) systems. With the addition of the PARC X-ray detector digital radiography (DR) technology, Logos is again positioned to disrupt security markets by offering another first-of-its-kind technology.
The detector technology was developed by PARC in collaboration with the Flexible Electronics and Display Center at Arizona State University, with funding from several government agencies including DTRA, ARL and the US Army. It was developed specifically for operation in rugged environments and prototype units have been undergoing testing by a number of U.S. government agencies.
Logos will build on this investment to expand on its range of DigitalRadiography (DR) systems through the addition of this thin, lightweight, and highly rugged device. Through Logos distribution partnerships, bomb technicians throughout the world will now have access to this cost-effective DR solution capable of being deployed in any setting, no matter how remote.
PARC pioneered the development of flat panel a-Si DR sensors and originally commercialized them through the spinout of dpiX, the world’s leading source for high-resolution digital X-ray sensors.
“With an installed base of more than 4,000 imaging systems worldwide, Logos is well established in markets requiring larger format imaging solutions. The addition of the PARC technology will allow our company to meet the needs of an entirely new customer group that requires rugged, small format, ultraportable solutions to meet complex, mission critical requirements,” said Shawn Munn, president of Logos.