Advances in Digital X-ray Imaging Technologies Seminar from Datest and VJ Technologies


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Datest, a leading provider of advanced, efficient and mission-critical in-circuit testing, test engineering and X-ray inspection solutions, is pleased to announce that it will co-host a seminar along with VJ Technologies. The seminar entitled, “Advances in Digital X-ray Imaging Technologies” is scheduled to take place Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 from 1:30 – 4 p.m. at the Fremont Marriott in California.

The complimentary afternoon seminar and dinner meeting will focus on aerospace, electronics and additive manufacturing. Industry experts and current customers will discuss topics such as the latest applications in NDT testing, computed tomography (CT) next-generation digital technologies, big data and analytics.

Additionally, Caresoft will offer a demo of their latest virtual reality projects and software for analysis and Volume Graphics will provide visualization of CT data.

The event will conclude with dinner with the ASNT Golden Gate Chapter, and with a Keynote Speaker from Lawrence Livermore Laboratories. ASNT members will receive re-certification points for attending this seminar.

About Datest

Datest was founded in 1984 to address the growing trend of outsourcing assembly test services, together with increasing OEM demands that EMS providers deliver fully tested, functioning product. The company integrates traditional electrical board test methodologies (ICT, Flying Probe, and JTAG/Boundary Scan) with failure analysis (nondestructive as well as destructive), reverse engineering and “bonepile” rehabilitation, functional test development, and analytical laboratory services. Datest also offers comprehensive X-ray services (2D, 3D, and CT) for root cause analysis, high-level inspection and metrology, and dispute resolution. The Datest suite of services now includes a 225kV microfocus CT system from VJ Technologies, offering CT scanning and failure analysis services for all manner of larger objects besides printed circuit board assemblies. Datest is ITAR registered and has a quality management system (QMS) that is certified to ISO9001:2015 and AS9100D. 

For more information, visit www.datest.com.

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