Insituware Appoints New Chief Scientist


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Insituware LLC, the provider of the first smart in situ measurement solution with integrated machine learning technology, announces the appointment of Denis Barbini, Ph.D. as Chief Scientist.

Dr. Barbini is an experienced General Director with a demonstrated history of working in the electrical and electronic manufacturing industry. He is skilled in DMAIC, Value Stream Mapping, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Quality Management, and Root Cause Analysis, and a strong sales professional with a Ph.D. focused in Chemistry, Material Science from State University of New York at Binghamton.

“I’m very excited to be part of the Insituware team,” commented Dr. Barbini. “The company has created a technology that I believe will revolutionize the industry as we know it, and it’s easy to stand behind something you believe in.”

Take control of the materials in your facility with Insituware’s Vision MARK-1 hand-held diagnostic tool. The Vision product family uses machine learning technology to bring material control solutions right in your hand.

The Vision product family is built to last with expandable modules called 'Insights' for a futureproof design, continuously expanding functionality. The first Insight module will allow full monitoring and control of solder paste. This innovative tool will enable rapid, real-time inspection, diagnostics, and process control capabilities.

Insituware will revolutionize the way we control materials!

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