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2/2/2015

GE Aviation seeks aerospace part inspection technologies

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GE's Aviation Inspection Technology Challenge seeks technologies, processes or approaches to help increase the speed and accuracy of aerospace parts inspection.

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GE Aviation has launched a new Technology Challenge, designed to seek technologies, processes or approaches that can increase the speed and accuracy of aviation parts inspection.

A variety of resources to help entrants and potential entrants understand the challenge and prepare a response are available at the project page the project page and the community forum.

The deadline for this challenge has been extended to Feb. 24, 2015. For more information, contact Paul Musille, NineSigma Inc., musille@e.ninesigma.com.

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