Joel Riling, RF System Lab’s VP of Government Programs, along with colleagues Eddie Griffiths and Leland Browning, returned from IABTI (International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators) New Technology Exposition and Exhibitor Show in Reno earlier this month. The event was extremely well attended by bomb technicians and EOD technicians from around the world, who showed great interest in RF System Lab’s VJ-Advance Video Borescope.
Riling reported, “Military EOD, Federal, State and local units were impressed by the portability, ease of use and image quality of the VJ-Advance.”
There were many memorable experiences including training sessions, an open exhibit hall, and the Annual ITC banquet, but one that stands above those in Riling’s mind is both a rare and exciting occurrence: an on-site borescope sale. The Massachusetts Port Authority, which owns and operates three airports—Boston Logan International Airport, Hanscom Field, and Worcester Regional Airport, became a new customer at the event, selecting the nonconductive version of the 6.9mm/1.5m VJ-Advance video borescope.
If you were unable to attend the conference don’t forget, you can still checkout the VJ-ADV articulating video borescopes on the RF System Lab website! For more information, or to learn more about our free demo unit, call us toll free at (231) 943-1171.
04 Jun 2014
Joel Riling, RF System Lab’s VP of Government Programs, has been traveling all over the USA these past few months representing RF System Lab at various military trade shows and conferences. While the spring trade show season is winding down, Joel still has one more show coming up in June where he will have the opportunity to showcase the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope.
That show is the IABTI New Technology Exposition and Exhibitor Show coming up on June 9-11, 2014 at the Silver Legacy/Reno Ballroom in Reno, NV. Joel, in addition to colleagues Eddie Griffiths and Leland Browning, will be onsite at this conference to provide demos of the VJ-ADV to bomb technicians and investigators.
Riling is also excited to network with industry professionals and to experience the latest in services, training and technology offered to the explosives community. Another event to look forward to: the Annual ITC Banquet, which takes place on Wednesday evening.
If you are a member of IABTI, which is a requirement to attend the conference, and want to see firsthand how the VJ-ADV assists with bomb detection and investigation, stop and see Joel Riling at booth #323 starting Monday, June 9th at 8:00am and demo the groundbreaking VJ-ADV.
You can view the IABTI website here.
See the VJ-Advance in the Silver Legacy/Reno Ballroom during these dates and times:
Opening Time: Exhibits open 8:00am on Monday, June 9th, 2014.
Conference Dates: June 9-June 13, 2014
Venue: Silver Legacy/Reno Ballroom
We look forward to seeing you there! If you are unable to attend the conference don’t forget, you can still checkout the VJ-ADV articulating video borescopes on the RF System Lab website! For more information, call us toll free at (888) 747-6526
On April 30th and May 1st, RF System Lab’s VP for Government Programs, Joel Riling, was scheduled to exhibit at the Global EOD Conference and Exhibition in Fort Walton Beach, FL. Unfortunately, Mother Nature did not get the memo and continuous torrential downpour turned into flooded streets, which meant that the conference was cancelled on April 30th due to unsafe conditions. Luckily, the weather improved on May 1st, which meant the Global EOD Conference and Exhibition was back on track!
Joel Riling had plenty of good things to say about the time that he was able to exhibit and network with EOD professionals. According to Riling, one of the best parts of the conference was that the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope is being recognized as a leader in EOD scopes, so there was a tremendous amount of interest, which meant many parties were interested in trying out the VJ-ADV for themselves.
The VJ-ADV is a great fit for this industry, and is currently used by bomb squads involved with military EOD as well as training programs for counter IED. Riling mentioned that one of the main uses for the borescope is hand entry procedure. The VJ-ADV is extremely useful in these types of investigative procedures because of its hand-held, easy-to-use operation, joy-stick controlled articulation and high-quality image capturing. When dealing with issues as sensitive and complex as bomb detection, these features are not only beneficial, but crucial.
Another notable event that was still able to occur, despite the temperamental weather, was a social event held on a pirate ship that was sponsored by Inert Products, LLC. The party featured a live local band, endless food and drink, a cruise around the bay and a chance to catch up with industry leaders.
Despite the weather, the Global EOD Conference was a huge success. If you were unable to test drive the VJ-Advance video borescope at the Global EOD Conference and Exhibition, we would like to offer you a free trial. To make the decision process easy, we offer the industry’s only no-cost, no-obligation demo program so you can evaluate the VJ-Advance line of video borescopes in your facility doing your inspections, before you decide to buy.
For more information about RF System Lab and the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope call us at (888) 747-6526 or visit or website www.rfsystemlab.us.