Rapid, Real-Time Inspection & Diagnostics from Insituware: Learn More at SMTAI Virtual Expo


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Insituware LLC, the provider of the first smart in situ measurement solution with integrated machine learning technology, today announced its participation in the SMTA International Virtual Conference & Expo. The Live Virtual Exposition is scheduled to take place September 28-30, 2020. Insituware will discuss its Vision MARK-1 hand-held diagnostic tool. This innovative tool enables rapid, real-time inspection, diagnostics, and process control capabilities.

The Vision product family uses machine learning technology to bring material control solutions right in your hand. Built to last, the Vision product family features expandable modules called “Insights” for a futureproof design, continuously expanding functionality. The first Insight module allows full monitoring and control of solder paste.

Insituware’s mission is to help customers take control of materials to save money, mitigate liability, and gain a competitive edge. The company continues growing and developing new integrations for the Vision MARK-1 to enable the functionality of nonintrusive sensing for new industries.

Insituware revolutionizes the way we control materials. For more information, visit insituware.com

About Insituware LLC
Insituware is an integrated technology company that enables rapid assessments of materials during use. The technology combines advanced analytical sensors, smart devices and intelligent cloud-based information with innovative packaging methods to enable nonintrusive sensing. For more information, visit insituware.com.

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