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Michael Kambeitz, product specialist of the surface and form group at Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology, (Brighton, MI), discusses the expanding capabilities for surface and form products related to CNC automation and controls.
Peggy Long,, marketing manager, Nikon Metrology (Brighton, MI), discusses the latest generation of laser radar and how it cuts back on inspection time. She also gives examples of applications where las e r radar would be beneficial.
Johnny Gonzalez, sales manager at GE Measurement & Control Solutions, talks about remote visual inspection (RVI) and how advances in software have helped improve the RVI experience. He also discusses ongoing trends in the field.
Barry DeLong, sales manager at GE Measurement & Control Solutions, discusses ultrasonics (UT) and some of the trends in UT inspection. He also addresses how the equipment is becoming more simplified for the customer
Dave Jankowski, senior sales manager at GE Measurement and Control Solutions (Billerica, MA), discusses eddy current and the developing technologies around it. He also talks about the type of training that GE provides for customers.
Grant Lillevold, vice president of engineering at ST-Industries (St. Paul, MN), discusses video measurement and where the future of the technology is headed. He also talks about video inspection training and the advantages of using video over optical comparators.
Pelco Products Inc., Quality's 2010 Plant of the Year recipient, demonstrates much more than world-class quality processes. This traffic signal hardware manufacturer has made several decisions to reduce energy costs and energy consumption through company wide changes and has plans to further its green efforts. Mark Nash, operations manager at Pelco Products, discusses some of the company's current and future green initiatives.