All our products are constructed from the same standard module and only difference is use-case of the product.
If you are eager to use our products and do not want to wait for the pipeline, you can surely cooperate with us – we are ready to create custom solutions.
Large scanner for trucks and sea containers
Delivery in 2024
Gscan (2.84M €), Tartu U, German Aerospace Centre (DLR), CAEN (Italy), U of Sheffield (UK), UCLouvain (Belgium), SGS (Switzerland); Estonian, Finnish and Turkish customs
GScan systems are able to automatically identify common threat and illegal materials as well detect any radiological or nuclear materials. This capability is based on using high accuracy sensors for particle tracking in combination with, beyond state-of-the art tomographic reconstruction and material classification algorithms.
During the EU60218 project, international patent application no. PCT / EP2019 / 055333 was submitted in EU, USA, China and Japan.
The project was implemented: 21.07.2020 – 20.01.2022.
Source: European Regional Development Fund
Amount of support: EUR 15,610.00
GScan technology was developed with the financial support by Enterprise Estonia.
Eliko Competence Centre project (EU48693) runs between 01.07.2015-30.06.2022.
Estonian Business and Innovation Agency (former Enterprise Estonia, EAS) granted GScan with a €1.5M R&D grant. The grant is supporting the R&D of some core technologies of GScan and help to release the first product, a parcel and luggage scanner. In the project, we are collaborating with our long term research partner KBFI, Tallinn. The title of the project is ‘Parcel and luggage scanner based on natural atmospheric radiation‘ and the project number 2014-2020.4.02.22-0411.