Scandinova Users' Meeting 2019 – recap of three intense days in Tokyo
Uppsala, Sweden, May 23, 2019. During three packed days, May 15th to 17th, users from all of the world gathered in Tokyo to exchange their experiences and get the latest updates on the ScandiNova product portfolio. A total of about 50 participants, from a wide range of application areas, attended this year’s Users Meeting. The program included a dozen presentations from users operating in areas such as radiotherapy, security inspection, food processing and scientific research.
This year, the participants also had the privilege to get interesting insights into the development in the Japanese research market and were invited to a much appreciated guided tour at KEK – one of the world’s leading accelerator science research laboratories, using high-energy particle beams and synchrotron light sources to probe the fundamental properties of matter.
In addition to a narrow review of each product family, ScandiNova presented its new e-gun modulator, a new power supply, control system updates, client customized systems and the offering within complete RF systems.
The packed schedule also included the opportunity to socialize, a guided bus tour through Tokyo and a visit to the Tokyo Skytree tower. The conference was concluded with training that touched upon each product segment.
The next Users Meeting will take place in Paris, 6-8 May 2020.
For more information, please contact: Erik Sundström, Head of Communications, ScandiNova Systems AB +46 70 395 33 95 email@example.com
Thanks to its breakthrough technology, ScandiNova is a world leader in the development and production of Pulsed Power Systems with high power levels. The company’s product range covers pulse modulators, generators, turnkey radio frequency (RF) systems and e-gun modulators, all equipped with Solid State technology. These systems have key functions in several research-based applications and radiotherapy, as well as in cargo inspection, non-destructive testing, industrial X-ray, sterilization and other industrial uses. More than 95% of production is exported to clients in over 40 countries, mainly in Europe, Asia and North America. ScandiNova Systems AB, a spin-off from Scanditronix, was founded in 2001 by individuals with long commercial and technical experience in pulsed-power applications. The company, which has its head-office in Uppsala, Sweden, has 70 employees plus sales representatives in key regions around the world.