Sean O’Connor knows a thing or two about the world of NDT (non-destructive testing) and RVI (remote visual inspection). As the General Manager of RF System Lab and co-designer of the VJ-ADV video borescope, it was no surprise when Aviation Maintenance magazine approached him to do an interview about borescopes and how they are an essential part of aircraft inspections.
RVI technology has improved greatly over the last decade. No longer are fiber optic-based scopes the preferred instrument for aircraft inspections. Newer direct video-based scopes (videoscopes) using high-end miniaturized cameras and micro LED illumination are now being adopted. The aircraft maintenance industry has lead the charge in adopting this new technology.
Learn more about using borescopes for aircraft inspections in “Borescopes: Seeing Your Aircraft Inside And Out” on Aviation Maintenance.
If you are planning on attending the 2013 AVM Summit, visit booth #31 to learn more about how borescopes can be used to save time and money when inspecting aircraft.
If you will not be able to make it to the event this year, but are still interested in the VJ-ADV video borescope, please call us at (231) 943-1171 or visit our website: RF System Lab Borescopes