The workshop is designed to spur technology innovation and development.
Somerville, MA (PRWEB) February 27, 2012
Walleye™ Technologies, the global leader in handheld and portable millimeter wave imaging systems, announced today that Walleye will present at the NASA-sponsored In-Space Non-Destructive Inspection Technology Workshop at the Johnson Space Center on February 29 – March 1. The purpose of the workshop is to spur technology innovation and development in the area of non-destructive inspection by providing a framework for direct interaction between technology end-users and technology providers. Attendees will include technology developers and providers, universities looking for relevant research and skills development areas, and government and commercial space organizations with in-space inspection needs.
David Holbrook, Walleye Chief Technology Officer, will discuss Walleye’s imaging technology and demonstrate the S24 security camera.
The invitation to attend the conference follows a successful feasibility study into the use of the Walleye S24 security camera to image the thermal protective panels used on the space shuttle. This application also has potential for use in inspecting composite materials in airframes.
About Walleye Technologies
Walleye Technologies develops next generation hand-held portable imaging systems capable of “seeing” into and through solid objects. The company’s patented imaging technology platform, the Walleye Imaging System, generates high quality images and has a diversity of applications from consumer to security imaging markets. To learn more about the Walleye Technologies, please visit http://www.walleyetechnologies.com.
For more information about the In-Space Non-Destructive Inspection Technology Workshop, please visit http://www.nasa.gov/offices/nesc/workshops/in_space_non_destructive.html.