Welcome to the interactive image of our VECTor/CT preclinical imaging scanner!

This interactive image allows you to explore and learn about the different components of our preclinical imaging scanner in a fun and engaging way. The scanner is composed of eight distinct parts, each of which plays a critical role in producing high-quality PET/SPECT/CT preclinical images. By clicking on each part of the scanner, you can access a detailed description of its function and how it contributes to the imaging process. So, let’s start exploring and learning about the different parts of this fascinating piece of technology!

Multimodal preclinical imaging is an advanced technology that can track both physiological and structural changes in living organisms, making it a powerful tool for studying disease progression and evaluating drug treatments. This imaging system uses both SPECT and PET + CT imaging techniques, which can be performed in a single instrument and scan, reducing both time and cost. This allows researchers to detect multiple tracers and molecular events at once under the same physiological conditions.

Our advanced imaging system has ultra-high resolution and high sensitivity capabilities of 0.25 mm (SPECT) and < 0.8 mm (PET), providing precise and accurate imaging data. By performing both imaging techniques simultaneously, it reduces the total scanning time by half, improving efficiency and productivity for researchers and pharmaceutical companies.

Using this imaging system, researchers can track changes in real time, providing valuable insights into the effects of drug treatments on disease progression and therapeutic response. This is especially important for longitudinal studies where researchers need to monitor changes over a longer period of time. With its ability to track both physiological and structural changes, multimodal preclinical imaging is a powerful tool for advancing drug discovery projects and improving our understanding of disease processes.




Our advanced imaging technology provides precise visualization and quantification of dynamic processes in organs and tumors, enabling longitudinal studies and simultaneous multi-probe imaging. It reduces animal use and labor while enhancing disease research and treatment development.


Our advanced preclinical imaging solutions offer a broad range of applications, including oncology, neurology, cardiology, inflammation, infectious diseases, and cancer research. They provide functional and anatomical neuroimaging, as well as cardiac imaging for improved diagnostics and treatment development.