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GE’s InspectionWorks Connect demonstrates real-time collaboration at Materials Testing Exhibition
SKANEATELES, NY, - August 26, 2015 - GE’s Measurement & Control business today announced the schedule for its InspectionWorks Connect presentations during the Materials Testing Exhibition at the Telford International Centre. GE’s sessions are scheduled for the following dates and times:
Reaching Out to Share Signals with Colleagues in Real-Time
9:35 a.m. BST Thursday, September 10, 2015
Find out how remote collaboration can help overcome nondestructive testing (NDT) skills shortages and improve productivity at this free seminar, which is one of a series of talks by experts from GE Measurement & Control at the Materials Testing 2015 exhibition.
Alan Hunscott, technical support manager at GE, will be speaking about the benefits of GE’s InspectionWorks Connect system, which allows NDT professionals to access live video and data from inspections being carried out by their colleagues in other locations.
“Remote collaboration is the future of NDT,” says Hunscott. “With many senior practitioners approaching retirement, it allows highly skilled inspectors to support less experienced colleagues in the field and to share their expertise to help develop the next generation of NDT professionals. It can also be used to provide an expert second opinion during critical inspections or those in remote locations.”
Designing Your Own EC/UT Instrument
9:50 a.m. BST Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Bob Ward, GE’s global product manager, will explain how to produce a workflow app for ultrasonic testing (UT) flaw detectors or eddy current (EC) units. He will demonstrate how to bring together different elements such as videos, documents and illustrations to create step by step instructions on the equipment use and inspection procedures.
11 a.m. BST Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Alan Hunscott outlines the key considerations when sizing defects in this free tuition session for NDT practitioners.
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About GE Measurement & Control
GE Measurement & Control is a leading innovator in advanced software and services; sensor-based measurement; non-destructive testing and inspection; flow and process control; turbine, generator and plant controls; and condition monitoring. Providing for the industrial health of our customers’ most critical assets, we deliver accuracy, productivity, predictive maintenance and safety to a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, power generation, aerospace, metals and transportation. Through our advanced approach to connecting intelligent machines, big data and analytics, we help our customers navigate complex operations, tighter regulations and a growing skills gap; while improving asset and operational performance – ultimately driving better business outcomes. Headquartered in Boston, USA, Measurement & Control has more than 40 facilities in 25 countries and is part of GE Oil & Gas. For further information, visit www.gemeasurement.com.
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About Materials Testing
Materials Testing is the world’s most comprehensive NDT exhibition. The 2015 event will feature over 70 exhibitors, as well as the full-size Bloodhound SSC Show Car, which aims to set a new world land-speed record. For further information see www.materialstesting.org or follow @BINDT on Twitter.