Full-body Forensic X-ray Imaging
The scanner allows specialists to use the method of non-invasive autopsy and examination of the human body, including internal organs, and decide whether it is necessary to dissect the body in each case, as well as to ascertain the cause of death.
FOBOS XR is a stationary diagnostic digital radiology forensic system. The system is designed to acquire whole-body digital X-Ray images of bone structures and soft tissues. The system allows to capture of both AP and lateral scans. FOBOS is a task-oriented system designed to be used in morgues and forensic centers.
FOBOS XR IS UNIQUE TECHNICAL SOLUTION FOR FORENSIC PATHOLOGISTS
The Forensic Body Scanner FOBOS XR is a convenient tool, with its help a Forensic Pathologist can often indirectly determine the cause of death – whether it was violent or not, as well as to conclude whether a physical autopsy is necessary.
FOBOS XR provides a full-body view at any angle in the range from 0 to 90 degrees in a scan time of only 13 seconds. The system provides diagnostic image quality with high spatial resolution, an image quality that has no equivalent quality among competitors.
HIGH RESOLUTION RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGES
The Forensic Pathologist always has access to the database saved by the system, by surname, date, and/or a series of linked images to return to them at any time if necessary and edit, add images from a different angle etc.
- Automatic acquisition of full-body overview images without moving or touching the body
- Motorized drives Radiation protection cabin Oblique views – AP scan (0%) and Lateral scan (90%)
- Extremely High X-ray Image — resolution of the image is 2,5-line pairs per mm.
- High penetration capability bodies (up to 550 lbs).
- Low maintenance costs
- Auto acquisition full-body images reduce time as much as 80%.
- The better resolution provides faster and more accurate exams.
- No more readjusting the body with a multi-angle scan range
- Patented shutter design allows a greater number of exposures, reduces services costs.
QUICK RESPONSE IN STRICT CONDITIONSThe system takes up a minimum of space and saves time for the forensic pathologist, making it possible to quickly obtain an image and conduct an initial examination.
It should be noted one advantage of FOBOS is that the high speed of the system and continuous scanning capability increases efficiency and dramatically reduces the time to undertake an autopsy. In the event of a mass casualty incident this can allow a rapid accurate response to the situation.