Only 5% of automotive plants currently have robotic leak-detection systems, but that number will climb to 20% or more by 2024.
Exact Metrology experts use quality control equipment to develop better components for aerospace, medical, and motor vehicle applications.
For medical parts manufacturers quality inspection, compliance to FDA current good manufacturing practice is critical.
HAMR-E robots could enable inspection of complex machines without dismantling them.
Complex castings made from more-expensive materials in electric vehicles will generate more demand for non-destructive testing that can measure interior structures.
Automated software packages create an interface linking hardware and software to improve processes for testing critical components.