The 2016 IADC/SPE Drilling Conference takes place March 1-3 in Fort Worth Texas. This conference brings together exploration and production professionals and emphasizes advancements in worldwide drilling operations that address problematic challenges and deliver improved performance.
RF System Lab borescope expert Chad Parker is looking forward to attending this leading drilling event to showcase the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) articulating video borescope. The VJ-ADV is easy to use with joy-stick controlled articulation and high-resolution, on-board image and video capture. Chad will be onsite in booth 424 to answer questions, provide information and hands-on live demonstrations with 2.8mm, 3.9mm, and 6.9mm diameter scopes. The VJ Advance offers versatile, remote visual inspection capabilities to petroleum, and oil and gas professionals.
The IADC/SPE is comprised of two organizations. The International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) is dedicated to enhancing the interests of oil and gas and geothermal drilling contractors. Members of the IADC own most of the world’s land and offshore drilling units and drill the vast majority of the wells that produce the planet’s oil and gas. The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is a not-for-profit organization whose members engage in energy resources development and production.
Conference Chairperson Bill Ambrose stated “The technical, keynote, and plenary sessions will each provide insights to navigate the current low commodity price environment of our business. The distinguished speakers in our plenary session will explore the theme of “Out with the Old, in with the New” to share ideas about how we will need to adapt and evolve our technologies and practices. Topics will include well efficiency, capital deployment, and new technologies to extract energy sources. Our keynote speakers will bring perspectives from within our industry, as well as from other industries, to address the critical issues we face today.” For more information about the IADC/SPE Drilling Conference, visit their website. RF System lab will be attending many tradeshows throughout the year with live demonstrations.
If you can’t meet Chad at the show but are interested in reviewing all of the features of the VJ-Advance for yourself, contact us about our no-cost, no-obligation demo program by visiting our website or call today: 231-943-1171.
15 Feb 2016
RF System Lab borescope experts Casey O’Tool and Jess Kuznicki are heading to the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky for the 2016 HAI Heli-Expo from February 29 – March 3, 2016. The Heli-Expo is the world’s largest tradeshow dedicated to the international helicopter community featuring 1.2 million square feet of space with 700+ exhibitors, 57+ helicopters on display and over 100 education opportunities including education courses, safety sessions, workshops, and forums; some designed specifically for maintenance professionals.
This year, Casey and Jess are looking forward to returning to the Heli-Expo for the fifth time and will be presenting the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) articulating video borescope in booth 9346. The VJ-Advance has become a favorite with top names in aviation, especially the 3.9mm diameter borescope, which is the perfect fit for Pratt & Whitney engines.
Aviation professionals looking to add a high-quality inspection camera to their arsenal can stop by the RF System Lab booth for a hands-on demonstration of the VJ-Advance video borescope and experience the ease of joystick-controlled articulation. Casey and Jess will be available to answer any questions about remote visual inspection for helicopters and provide details about how the VJ-Advance is a must-have addition to any quality control and maintenance program.
Interested attendees can begin the 2016 HAI Heli-Expo experience by visiting their website. Take a look at the HAI Heli-Expo schedule to check out 100+ events that offer attendees the chance to meet with peers, discuss current issues, and stay up-to-date in a changing industry.
RF System Lab is looking forward to presenting the VJ-Advance at this year’s conference in booth 9346. If aviation maintenance professionals are unable to attend this event but still want to test out the VJ-Advance, they can take advantage of the no-cost, no-obligation demo offer by clicking here.