iTomography provides Computed Tomography (CT) algorithms, software, and scanner development services. Our proprietary 3D imaging products are used by CT and microCT scanner manufacturers and end-users of CT scanners to improve image quality, reduce or eliminate artifacts, accelerate image reconstruction, and decrease scan time.
iTomography’s motto “From Theoretical Breakthroughs to Industry Adoption” derives from our track record of harnessing mathematical breakthroughs to develop practical solutions to complex imaging problems posed by our customers.
"How to Speed Up CT Scanning"
Lecture given by Prof. Alexander Katsevich, iTomography CTO.
August 2021 - iTomography presented joint paper with Aramco "Multi-Energy X-Ray Computed Tomography for Source Rock Characterization" at the 2021 Microscopy & Microanalysis meeting. Download here.
March 2021 - iTomography CT image reconstruction, multi-energy material decomposition (MECT), and scatter correction software packages licensed by two major oil companies.
January 2021 - iTomography's novel Beam Hardening Correction technology and software licensed by a major microCT equipment manufacturer for integration into all new scanners.
August 2020 - iTomography presented two joint papers at the 2020 CT Meeting - 6th International Conference on Image Formation in X-Ray Computed Tomography (Aug. 2020). One paper will demonstrate results of iTomography's development for Rapiscan (leading security scanner manufacturer) and one for Varian (leading radiotherapy equipment manufacturer).
April 2020 - iTomography and Canon obtain USPTO approval of a joint Patent: "System and Method for Motion Estimation Using Artificial Intelligence in Helical Computed Tomography".
August 2019 - Prof. Alexander Katsevich, iTomography CTO, presented a plenary talk at the Conference: Modern Challenges in Imaging In the Footsteps of Allan MacLeod Cormack - On the Fortieth Anniversary of his Nobel Prize (August 5-9, 2019, Tufts University).
June 2019 - iTomography presented three joint papers at Fully3D - 15th International Meeting on Fully Three-Dimensional Image Reconstruction in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine (June '19). Two papers demonstrate results of iTomography's development for Rapiscan (leading security scanner manufacturer) and one for Varian (leading radiotherapy equipment manufacturer).
January 2019 - Software Release
Optimized CUDA-based version of the iTomoKFBP helical CT image reconstruction software based on the theoretically exact Katsevich algorithm, including a near real-time version that works in parallel with scanning and a multi-GPU off-scanner version. Temporary trial versions are available upon request.
October 2018 - iTomography successfully completed a commercial trial of our iTomoKFBP CT image reconstruction workflow based on the Katsevich exact helical reconstruction algorithm for a Supermajor oil company. The trial included performing image reconstructions of rock cores.
December 2017 - Dr. Michael Frenkel, iTomography President & CEO, presented at the 2017 SPWLA Houston Chapter Software Show on the topic of "iTomography’s Disruptive MicroCT 3D Image Reconstruction Workflows and Software for Digital Rock Applications" and demonstrated the iTomo® CT imaging platform.
January 2017 – Bruker and iTomography Corporation entered into a multi-year license agreement for iTomography's patented technology and software for performing CT imaging using theoretically exact image reconstruction algorithm iTomo®. In the near-term, exact helical reconstruction will be available on number of SkyScan™ instruments produced by Bruker microCT. Click here for more.
October 2016 – Prof. Alexander Katsevich, iTomography's CTO, awarded The Marcus Wallenberg Prize for his contribution to the development of a CT scanner for the sawmill industry that identifies knots, resin pockets, tree rigns, cracks and rot inside timber. Click here for more.
We look forward to working with equipment manufacturers to jointly identify avenues for collaboration and efficiently deploy breakthrough imaging solutions for CT and other X-ray based imaging modalities.