Unlike conventional radiography, digital radiography doesn’t require film. Instead, it uses a digital detector to display radiographic images on a computer screen almost instantaneously. It allows for a much shorter exposure time so that the images can be interpreted more quickly. Furthermore, the digital images are much higher in quality when compared to conventional radiographic images. With the ability to capture high quality images, the technology can be utilized to identify flaws in a material, foreign objects in a system, examine weld defects and repairs, and inspect for corrosion under insulation.