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GE´s 10th X-ray Forum 2014


16th – 18th June 2014 – Hamburg Metropolitan Region, Germany

Welcome in Hamburg!

We warmly invite you to join GE’s 10th customer X-ray Forum.

The X-ray Forum is targeted at current and future users of all aspects of GE’s field radiography, 2D X-ray inspection and 3D computed tomography systems in industrial practice scientific as well as research, e.g. casting or electronics inspection, materials science as well as 3D metrology and other radiography solutions.

Join the community of GE X-ray system users, meet leading-edge researchers as well as GE’s sales, service and application experts, get to know about the latest X-ray technology developments and scientific and industrial applications. Additionally, learn in system and software tutorial courses and hands-on workshops how to increase the effectiveness of your work and optimize the quality of your inspection and measurement results.

Looking forward to meet you in Hamburg, north Germany´s most major economic and touristic destination with Europe´s third largest harbor!

Aim and Scope

The X-ray Forum is addressed to you as current and future user of all aspects of GE’s field radiography, 2D X-ray inspection and 3D computed tomography solutions in industrial practice and scientific research as well as 3D metrology and other radiography topics.


  • GE radiography and CT technology updates

  • 3D Metrology with CT

  • Materials and other scientific research

  • Materials and other scientific research

  • Oil & Gas and geological applications

  • Automotive & more: castings and plastics

  • Aerospace: 2D & 3D inspection

  • Electronics inspection

  • GE Ahrensburg plant tour including system live demonstrations

  • Tutorial overview sessions

  • In-depth System- and Software workshops

  • Two Evening events including dinner

What to expect?

  • A meeting of GE X-ray system users, industrial experts, leading-edge researchers, GE´s sales, service and application experts

  • More than 100 international participants

  • High quality presentations on the latest X-ray technology developments as well as on industrial and scientific applications

  • Equipment and software tutorials

  • Hands-on training workshops

  • Service point

  • Visit of the Ahrensburg GE Inspection Technologies manufacturing site.

  • To evening events including dinner: 1. World Cup match Germany against Portugal; 2. Hamburg harbor sightseeing boat tour

Why to attend/ Who should attend?

Industrial X-ray is developing very quickly; standards are being updated that apply to many industries; new systems can provide enormous productivity; digital solutions enable rapid fault diagnosis and remote display and software facilitates the networking of entire enterprises. You should attend if you want to stay ahead of your competitors or are interested in improved image quality and productivity. You should attend if you are involved in Non Destructive Test (NDT) in industry, research, academia, exploration or development; if you need to keep up with industry standards and the capabilities of the latest systems. At this event you will be able to see the widest range of x-ray inspection systems and components every assembled.

Date and Time

The X-ray Forum will start 16th June at 12:30 noon(registration desk will open at 11:00 am) and will end 18th June approximately at 1:30 p.m.

Further information:

Dr. Dirk Neuber

Radiography and CT Communication


Measurement & Control 

T +49 (0) 5031 172-124

F +49 (0) 5031 172-299


GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies GmbH

Niels-Bohr-Str. 7

D-31515 Wunstorf


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