HAYWARD, Calif. — January 19, 2021 — AMETEK Surface Vision now offers remote training courses to provide safe, convenient instructions on how to get the best performance from its industry-leading online surface inspection solutions.
The online training sessions allow customers to discover all the features and benefits of the SmartView defect detection and identification system, building technical proficiency, increasing operational productivity, and maximizing system uptime.
Conducted by highly skilled, experienced professionals, the training is divided into sections for specific job functions or system components. It uses a “live” training system to reinforce the material and focus on particular customer tasks.
Each course typically consists of four-hour sessions held over three consecutive days; they are available for both US and central European office hours.
The subjects covered in the next four months are:
- SmartView Fundamentals
- SmartView Advanced
- SmartView Maintenance and Troubleshooting
These training programs will enable those attending to achieve added benefits from their SmartView system. All that is required is a PC, an internet connection, the Microsoft Teams application, a headset, a large screen, and a webcam for class interaction.
Paul Stuyt, Global Manager of Projects from AMETEK Surface Vision said: “Our expert training courses are designed with the customer in mind, answering any questions that may arise and providing a deeper understanding of our products, systems, and applications.
“With online tuition, customers can learn how to set up their system, inspect live production, display, and report on defects and process conditions, and maintain system health. All of this without the inconvenience and safety risks associated with travel during the current COVID-19 global pandemic.
“For those staff members working from home, there’s no reason for their training and development to stop. We continue to provide everything they need to achieve optimum SmartView performance for their processes.”
Posted January 20, 2021
Source: AMETEK Surface Vision