Mobile computer tomography was developed for location-independent investigation of test objects made of weakly absorbent material up to the size of a tennis ball. These X-ray systems are in no way inferior to their "big brothers," despite their compact size and very low weight.
Mobile computer tomography was developed especially for testing small
samples made of weakly absorbent materials. The low-energy range of the measurements sufficient for these purposes allows a lower-cost system design compared to larger systems, and a design that uses up fewer financial and energy resources.