Goepel electronic's PILOT Supervisor Nominated for productronica Innovation Award 2017


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Goepel electronic's software module PILOT Supervisor, for central verification of inspection results from different inspection systems and production lines, is nominated for the productronica innovation award 2017.

The innovation awards program is being held for the second time and honors the most innovative product developments. A total of six different categories correspond to the value chain for electronics manufacturing. PILOT Supervisor is nominated in the "Inspection & Quality Cluster", which includes test and measurement solutions, quality assurance and inspection solutions.

With PILOT Supervisor, the operator can evaluate the inspection results of different production lines from a separate classifying station – the usual equipment of the workstations in the respective lines can be omitted.

The winners at the innovation awards will be announced on the first day of the productronica show in Munich, Germany. Visitors can see PILOT Supervisor at the Goepel electronic booth at Hall A1 Stand 235.

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