SHOW NEWS: Robotized 3D scanning laser Doppler vibrometry

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ASDEC (Advanced Structural Dynamics Evaluation Centre) will be promoting its fully robotized 3D scanning laser Doppler vibrometry (LDV) system at Automotive Testing Expo 2016.

The LDV system features next-generation, non-contact technology to deliver an increase in speed, accuracy and volume of measurements when compared with traditional testing techniques.

The system provides repeatable test results in hours rather than days. It covers many more test points – 20, 100, 200 times or however many suit the customer’s application – and with far higher accuracy.

As it is non-contact, ASDEC’s measurement system also removes all observer effects such as accelerometer and cable mass as used in traditional testing, which can alter the structural characteristics of the test object. This is especially true with new lightweight and composite materials so ASDEC anticipates high demand as these are increasingly adopted.

General manager Tim Stubbs will discuss the system in detail at the Open Technology Forum on day 3 of the show, Thursday, June 2, 2016, at 11:10am.

Alternatively, visit ASDEC at stand 1382 at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2016, at Messe Stuttgart, Germany, on at May 31-June2, 2016.

April 19, 2016

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