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Electromagnetic induction imaging (EMI) allows mapping of the conductivity of target objects and, when combined with appropriate algorithms, the generation of full 3D tomographic images. Despite its tremendous potential, and the wealth of possible applications, the use of EMI has essentially been limited to eddy current testing for monitoring of corrosion and welding in metallic structures. The present work reviews the factors hindering the progress of electromagnetic induction imaging anddoi:10.3390/app10186370 fatcat:c6krc3mqvjba5imyzmzqaaeyxy