Join Aerospace Testing International and our expert panel on October 6 to discuss the latest technical advances and best practices in the application of dimensional metrology in aerospace production and development.
Thanks to constant investment and innovation in machinery, software, connectivity and automation, engineers are increasingly using advanced metrology solutions throughout manufacturing and even in areas such as design, testing and in-service condition monitoring.
Our panel of leading experts, Randy Joyner, senior applications engineer from Zeiss Industrial Quality Solutions and Christian Janko, general manager at Bruker Alicona will discuss the latest metrology technologies and how to use them most effectively and efficiently in aerospace using real-world case studies.
Attendees will learn how the latest metrology technologies such as optical 3D measurement with CMMs, high resolution CT and x-ray imaging are pushing the limits of precision in all parts of an aircraft – from intricate assemblies within jet engine turbine blades to rotor blades for helicopters.
Attendees can also expect to increase their knowledge about how metrology is adapting to the needs of manufacturing in areas such as composites, speeding up production and reducing costs, as well as how monitoring and quality data can be used to get results that meet aviation’s demanding high standards.
Senior Applications Engineer for Carl Zeiss Inc. for one year. Previously I worked 42 years in aerospace at Pratt & Whitney, division of Newly Formed Raytheon Technology Corp, quality assurance working with core organizations, suppliers, and...
Christian has been with Bruker Alicona since 2005. As a graduate of the (Austrian) Graz University of Technology (Electrical Engineering and Computer Vision) he started his career at Bruker Alicona as a software engineer in the field of machine...