Detection Technology is a global provider of X-ray imaging products and services for medical, security and industrial applications

We design, manufacture and market high performance, reliable and cost-efficient X-ray imaging components and subsystems. Our solutions are the result of long-term cooperation with our customers, combined with a deep understanding of solid-state X-ray imaging technology.

We are committed to cooperating closely with our customers and to driving forward our technological abilities to deliver products which provide exceptional value, performance and ease of use. We strive to do this in a fact-based, target-oriented and ethical environment where we can be a trusted long-term business partner. Company video >

Detection Technology Q1: Net sales grew significantly, result at target level

The first quarter was a strong start to the year 2016. Detection Technology's net sales grew 71 %, and operating profit totaled 2.3 million euros, 15 % of net sales. The growth was driven by strong demand for our security products in Asia. However, high quarterly volatility is typical for our business. Business review January-March 2016 >

DT speeds up vehicle and cargo screening with release of X-Scan D series

Detection Technology speeds up vehicle and cargo screening by introducing X-Scan D series. The new detector series accelerates the screening while enabling compact and cost-efficient system constructions. X-Scan D has superior detection efficiency and up to ten times higher sensitivity than conventional cargo detectors, making it an ideal solution for high-throughput systems operating with low dose rates on high and medium radiation energies. To the press release >

DT discusses technology trends as an invited speaker at IMAPS Nordic 2016 

International Microelectronics and Packaging Society (IMAPS) has invited Detection Technology to IMAPS Nordic 2016 annual conference as a speaker. DT presents a paper discussing X-ray imaging sensors, materials and assembly trends at the session of sensor applications in Tønsberg, Norway on June 7. To news >