TeraView Cambridge, United Kingdom – 11 July 2011
TeraView (http://www.teraview.com/), the pioneer and leader in Terahertz solutions and technology, has successfully delivered two systems to Military University of Technology (MUT) in Poland.
Established in 1951 MUT is one of the country’s most prestigious research institutes, with over 8000 students and over 385 academic staff.
TeraView supplied its TPS spectra 3000 system with stand-off explosives detection module and accessories to MUT for Terahertz research and materials characterisation. In addition to this system, TeraView was also chosen to supply a second fibre-fed scanning system with multiple gantry options for research into Terahertz imaging and non-destructive testing. Both systems were chosen in open tender over competitors, due to ease of use, superior performance and the Company’s track record with its existing customers.
The sale adds to TeraView’s growing installed base in Europe, and helps strengthen its position as the market leader for Terahertz systems.
Dr Don Arnone, TeraView’s CEO stated 'This multiple sale to a prestigious institution highlights TeraView’s position as the major supplier of Terahertz systems and indicates the continued growth in the use of Terahertz as a valuable research tool.'