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AcousticEye Wins Top Honors at Maintenance XIII International Congress

May 12, 2011
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LEUSDEN, THE NETHERLANDS-AcousticEye’s Daniel Bobrow won the first-place award for Engineering Maintenance at the Maintenance XIII International Congress, held April 6-8 in Bogota, Colombia.

A jury awarded the top honors to Bobrow for his paper, Implementation of Acoustic Pulse Reflectometry (APR) to Quality Control of Heat Exchanger Cleaning. Fifteen speakers from Cuba, Ecuador, United States, Israel, Peru, Venezuela, Netherlands and Colombia shared their experiences in the field of maintenance to Congress attendees. The top three papers were awarded prizes.

Daniel Bobrow won a trip to the Congress of the Brazilian Association of Maintenance, to be held in September 2011.

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