• July 7-12 in Cologne / Hürth, Germany
• X-ray and industrial CT technology updates
• Customer case study presentations
• System and software tutorials and practical workshops
• Visit of GE production plant in Hürth
• Meet experts and network with other users
• Registration link: 11th X-ray Forum Cologne
GE Inspection Technologies offers for the eleventh time a X-Ray forum from July 7-9, 2015 in Cologne, Germany. This customer is intended to serve the increasing number of digital radiography and CT practitioners in science as well as industrial NDT.
The 3-day event will bring together users and GE’s industrial digital radiography and CT experts to share best practice applications, technology updates, and hands-on equipment and software tutorials and workshops.
The conference will be held from July 7-8 in Cologne. On July 9, participants are invited to join a tour and in-depth equipment and software workshops at GE’s Hürth fab nearby.
“GE’s popular X-ray User Forums are designed to allow our customers to share their unique applications and uses of the latest technology,” said Neil Bloomfield, Global Radiography Product Sales Leader “The NDT world continues to see tremendous growth in conversion to digital X-ray, industrial CT and 3D metrology. The leading innovators in these fields have been invited to present at this year’s conference.”
Conference topics to be covered:
• X-ray and CT technology updates
• Digital 2D and 3D Aerospace component inspection
• CT for new materials and other scientific research
• Electronic component inspection
• CT and digital field radiography solutions for Oil & Gas industry and geological exploration
• Automotive & more: castings and plastics
• 3D precision Metrology with CT
For more information and to register, please visit www.ge-mcs.com/en/xray-forum-eu
About GE Measurement & Control
Measurement & Control is a leading innovator in advanced, sensor-based measurement; non-destructive testing and inspection; flow and process control; turbine, generator, and plant controls; and condition monitoring. Providing healthcare for our customers’ most critical assets, we deliver accuracy, productivity and safety to a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, power generation, aerospace, metals and transportation. 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.ge-mcs.com.
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