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10/6/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Genesis Systems

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Non-destructive evaluation (NDE) specialist Genesis Systems Group (Davenport, Iowa) is unveiling the next generation of robotic NDE inspection systems, NSpect Ultra-Sonic Inspection Cell.

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Non-destructive evaluation (NDE) specialist Genesis Systems Group (Davenport, Iowa) is unveiling the next generation of robotic NDE inspection systems, NSpect Ultra-Sonic Inspection Cell. This updated automated cell will highlight capabilities for high-volume, rapid inspection of carbon fiber composite structural components. The system uses the FlawInspecta Data System and UTEX Scientific InspectionWare data acquisition and analysis software, and includes an automated turntable for ease of load and unload. 

Also, a next-generation Boeing Automated Ultrasonic Scanning System (AUSS) Robotic NDE Platform, developed collaboratively by Boeing Defense, Space and Security and Genesis Systems, will be displayed. This Kompakt system will be located in the Boeing booth (1730) and will be equipped with the Boeing Digital Data System (BDDS). This state-of-the-art integrated robotic inspection system is said to leverage the strength of Genesis’ Robotic Motion Systems and the latest evolution of Boeing’s proven path planning, data acquisition and analytics technologies derived from the large-scale AUSS platform.

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