ACS to Host March Meeting of SAE Milwaukee

Posted in Commitment to Community and Industry, on Monday Mar 12 2018

Author: Daryl Rothamer, Director - Systems & Equipment, Principal

As a new board member of SAE Milwaukee and long-time member of SAE I am pleased to announce that ACS will be hosting their March meeting. Please join us on Thursday, March 22nd at 5:00pm at our Middleton location for a complete tour of the manufacturing facility where you’ll have a chance to see:

  • A demonstration of 3D scanning for facility renovations
  • Ground simulation system for off road machinery
  • Implementation and integration of vision systems for process quality control

The tour will be followed by a series of case example presentations on a variety of topics ranging from designing and building a containerized test cell to automating a production test system for generator sets running on a variety of fuels.

The global association of SAE International is made up of more than 128,000 engineers and other experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial vehicle industries.

More information, including event agenda and registration information can be found in the link below:

SAE Newsletter with More Information

Registration for March Meeting


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