RF System Lab attended the 2012 AA&S Conference (Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference) exhibiting the new VJ-Advance Video Borescope. The conference was attended by Aircraft Structural Integrity experts from around the world, representing the military and civilian aerospace industry. Major manufacturers of NDT technology and related fields presented their products during this outstanding venue.
The VJ-Advance Fully Articulating Video Borescope manufactured by RF System Lab received great praise as a high quality full featured borescope at a fraction of the price when compared to the GE and Olympus products at the show. The VJ-ADV 3.9mm video borescope stood out as the most easy to use, lightweight and portable scope, perfectly suited for all airframe inspection requirements. With photo, video and audio capture capability, documenting inspections and sharing downloads is as easy as the VJ-Adv is on the bottom line. Military and civilian industry leaders value quality at a competitive price and RF System Lab has delivered with the new VJ-Advance Video Borescope available in a 3.9mm and 6.9mm diameter insertion tube with lengths ranging from 1.5 meters to 5.0 meters.
Great show, great opportunities, great contacts. The VJ-ADV will be the top selling airframe/corrosion/FOD scope on the market. If you want to learn more about how you can utilize the VJ-Advance in your Aviation applications click on borescope.
September 26th – 29th : I had the privilege of attending the 54th Annual ATA NDT Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. As a rookie in the NDT industry, it was fascinating to learn about the different types of NDT equipment available, such as Eddy Current, Ultrasonic, and Thermography. Also as a rookie, I felt like I was surrounded by some very seasoned Veterans. Three days was certainly not long enough to absorb the wealth of knowledge being offered by the many professionals at the conference. It was like “trying to drink from a fire hose.”
Our booth traffic was very heavy, and our newest 3.9 mm borescope was well received. People were certainly impressed with VJ-ADV’s picture quality for such a small diameter insertion tube. Along with the picture quality, they loved the portability (as always) and the maneuverability of the articulating tip. Of course our 6.9 mm borescope still received its share of attention. The features that most appealed to the attendees were the light weight, portability, and overall ease of use of our VJ video borescopes.
We were intrigued to find that many people attending the conference were new attendees and had not had a prior opportunity to see and learn about borescopes, including the type of video borescope features to seek when they are ready to buy a borescope.
One thing that was somewhat surprising (and nice) is that more and more people are becoming familiar with the name “RF System Lab.” We are making a strong and favorable impression on our customer base, which is quickly building our brand recognition in the RVI world. We were especially flattered to have our competitors recognize that even though our scope may not package as many functions as the very high end borescopes, what it does it does well. And the VJ-Advance is difficult to compete with pricewise with the quality features and functions it does carry.
I will look forward to attending this conference again in the future. It was a great opportunity to meet new clients, as well as learn about the different technologies available in NDT. I believe it is important as a sales consultant, to be able to advise on what technology would be best for our customer’s application.
06 Dec 2011
RF System Lab will be an exhibitor at the upcoming Electric Power 2011 Conference, on May 10-12, 2011. The Electric Power Conference covers the most important strategic and tactical issues in the power industry. This conference has been described as the largest coal power conference in the United States.
Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
9301 West Bryn Mawr
Rosemont, IL 60018
In 2010, over 260 power generation companies sent representatives to the conference in Baltimore. The Chicago conference is expected to have an attendance that is larger than 2010. We invite you to stop by our booth #1516 on the show floor, and learn more about our flexible articulating borescopes.