Software for DynamIx

DynamIx VU


Diagnostic imaging software with the highest level of image processing technology for testing standards.

Promising keys for outstanding image quality ― world's top class*1 high spatial and density resolution and Excellent signal to noise ratio (SNR)

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Unique image processing and wide dynamic range bringing high accuracy to every inspection

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DynamIx VU Thickness*2 measurement — the automatic measurement tool makes corrosion tests easier

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  • *2 Available as an option.
  • *3 The measurement method conforms to HOIS (09) RP1.

Long IPs enabling efficient exposure of welded pipe joints

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Computerized contrast normalization according to the ASTM*4 standard

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  • *4 American Society for Testing and Materials International, a standardization organization.
  • *5 Available as an option.
  • *6 Steel, aluminum and titanium, as of August 2012

One click between modes

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Reading and inspection possible on one computer

The software enables reading and inspection to be conducted on a computer, with quick switching between the screens. Access to the image database is also smooth, so that an image appears on the inspection screen instantly after it is read. This feature enhances the work efficiency in each process.

More reliable assessment and greater traceability

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Minimized human labor for image quality assessment. Easy input of defect determination results on the special screen

DynamIx VU newly offers DynamIx VU Judge*7 the automatic image quality assessment. This program calculates the image quality index based on the measured normalized signal-to-noise ratio (NSNR) of an image, and assesses if the index conforms to a standard image quality assessment index. This saves the need of measurement and calculation by humans.

In addition to ISO standards, industry-specific standards are supported as the assessment criteria. The screen to input defect determination results is offered. The results can be recorded on the system.

Automatic recording of all assessments for greater reliability

Each assessment is recorded according to who, when and what, contributing to the enhanced traceability.

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  • *7 Available as an option.

Simple work status management and data search with the entire test procedure visualized

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Easy to view images displayed on the ergonomic monitor

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Flexible network configuration and communication to create an optimum workflow environment

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Strengthened security with user authority control

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