Picus Sonic Tomograph

PiCUS Sonic Tomograph is an instrument that can detect decay in trees by taking readings of the velocity of soundwaves through the stem from several sensors, installed with small nails around the trunk, which are each struck to pass sound through the trunk. These readings are used to create a tomogram, which shows the consistency of the wood within the tree and identifies areas of decay.

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