• Novel Growth Prospects in the Global Industrial Computed Tomography (CT) System Sector
    Growing structural complexity Of components, tighter tolerances, evolving CT software solutions with AI/ML capabilities, and growing additive manufacturing (AM) integration in production flow will drive next phase of growth in industrial CT systems

    Research Overview

    Industrial Computed Tomography (CT) systems are equipment used for dimensional measurement and defect inspection for external and internal aspects of manufactured parts, assemblies, and sub-assemblies. A key factor driving the need for industrial CT systems is the growing complexity in design and manufacturing of components that utilize new processes, new materials, and intricate geometries that require advanced quality control and assurance solutions. Conventional dimensional measurement technologies (e.g., CMM) are not able to meet such requirements, which led to the emergence of CT as one of the most effective technologies.

    Industrial CT systems are found to be resourceful in R&D and manufacturing applications alike. Frost & Sullivan further foresees that CT will emerge as a powerful tool for decision making and inline production specifically. Rising complexity and volume of production, growing need to save costs due to destructive testing, and an increasing demand for precise analyses of objects will together drive the need for CT in industrial environments.

    However, there are critical challenges that market participants need to address to accelerate investment attractiveness among its customers. Technology innovations and smart methodology developments that will reduce image acquisition and reconstruction time, improve image resolution, and accelerate throughput will be important to overcome such challenges.


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