High precision inspection and metrology

Webinar – High precision inspection, and quality control technologies

F4E Technology Transfer Activities: explore new business opportunities from fusion related inspection and quality control

Our Head of R&D; Thomas Siegel will present the new technology developments for inspection and quality control that ASE Optics Europe has developed in the framework of the ITER Project:

  • High-precision dimensional inspections
  • Target Reflectivity Measurement System for large objects and hazardous environments

You will have the opportunity to discover how ASE Optics can adapt these technologies for other applications and industries. Follow the link and do not miss this opportunity!

Registration here: https://lnkd.in/dDncb6s

Description of the event

It is an online conference to discover the business potential of developments done in inspection and quality control for nuclear fusion, in the Fusion For Energy Technology Transfer Program, showing some examples of technologies of the marketplace.
Fusion For Energy and its network of technology brokers are glad to invite you to this webinar dedicated to the presentation of its Technology Transfer Program and related opportunities in the field of inspection and quality control. In this regard, latest development and most relevant technology packages available for Technology Transfer in this nuclear fusion field will be presented.
In this conference, companies will have the opportunity to explore synergies between fusion technologies and non-fusion applications.
In addition to Fusion For Energy and ITER project ecosystems, the Marketplace, the process and opportunities of the Technology Transfer Activities will be introduced.

The webinar is organized by Fusion for Energy and its network of technology brokers In Extenso Innovation Croissance & Knowledge Innovation Market (KIM)

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