A whole body counter optimized for measuring small children, called the BABYSCAN, was developed in order to fulfill the requests of families in Fukushima (10) at the end of 2013, and three units have been deployed so far.
The BABYSCAN is a whole body counter developed in 2013 for measuring small children in Fukushima (height less than 130 cm, and able to accommodate even newborn babies).
The BABYSCAN, a whole body counter (WBC) for small children, was developed in 2013, and units have been installed at three hospitals in Fukushima Prefecture.
1984) FASTSCAN--A Computerized, Anthropometrically Designed, High Throughput, Whole Body Counter for the Nuclear Industry.
2014) BABYSCAN: a whole body counter for small children in Fukushima.