Inspection and Monitoring
Novosound sensors are helping to overcome the biggest challenges in non-destructive testing. Conventional inspection techniques are often unsuitable for complex modern designs and materials, and there is an even greater requirement for smart sensors that provide continuous monitoring of critical assets and infrastructure for real-time data analysis.
Oil & Gas
Asset Integrity Monitoring
Novosound’s permanently installed sensors and flexible arrays are helping oil and gas refinery operators and inspection professionals detect corrosion in pipes and vessels faster where monitoring has been historically difficult due to complex shapes and extreme temperatures. This improves safety while boosting operational productivity.
Curves and Complex Inspections
Novosound’ flexible arrays enable the inspection of curved surfaces and complex geometries during manufacture and operation, supporting new design ideas for modern aircraft parts and saving money by reducing aircraft maintenance times.
Monitoring at Extreme Temperatures
Novosound sensors are capable of operating at high temperatures, which means our permanently installed sensors can continuously monitor the integrity of assets without needing to shutdown or cool infrastructure. This improves safety with more data, while saving money by cutting downtime.
High Resolution Imaging
Novosound full bandwidth high resolution sensors are helping to see more defects in parts and materials during automated industrial inspections and research projects. Higher quality images for flaw detection.
Novosound has applications in medical ultrasound where our flexible high resolution probes and arrays provide a platform to design innovative new products that further improve the image quality of an ultrasound scan.
Novosound technology can be used in veterinary projects where small flexible high resolution sensors enable new ideas for improved animal care and earlier accurate diagnosis.
The ability of Novosound’s high resolution sensors to produce high quality images means that dental technology can evolve and new ways to image in the mouth are a possibility.
Novosound sensors are being used to create innovative wearable healthcare technologies where the lightweight and discrete nature of the sensors provide a useful alternative, and mass-production capability facilitates large volumes for consumer products.