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How to Implement the Top Trends in Biomechanical Testing

In this webinar, you’ll discover how the top trends in biomechanical testing can be leveraged to develop innovative orthopedic products. Two prime biomechanical technologies are optical measurement and CT systems. Optical measurement systems are used for 3D shape, movement, displacement, strain, and vibration measurements in robotics, orthopedics, tissues, tendons/ligaments, dental, and skin measurements. Precision CT systems are specifically designed to deliver high-resolution tools for biomechanical testing. This webinar will review the technologies and demonstrate how they are used in orthopedic applications. Attendees will also learn how Trilion Quality Systems' optical measurement and CT technology enhances model validation and is used for surgical robot tracking, validation, and quality. Attend this presentation to arm yourself with knowledge on the future of biomechanical testing!

Takeaways:

Discover the power of 3D optical testing for strain and deformation analysis in orthopedics, tissue, tendon, dental, and skin measurements.

See why having a CT built specifically for biomedical testing is a game-changer.

Learn how Trilion Quality Systems integrates standard and high-speed cameras with their optical testing systems to always achieve accurate data, no matter the test.

Understand how to leverage precision robot validation, tracking and global positional feedback.

Nov 11, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Justin Bucienski
Technical Account Manager @Trilion Quality Systems
Justin Bucienski is the Technical Account Manager at Trilion Quality System’s Great Lakes regional office. The Great Lakes office is on the campus of Lawrence Technological University, where it supports the Civil Engineering Department. Justin graduated from Ferris State University in 2007. He has been working in the automotive-related technology field for 7 years and uses his previous experience in the field of secondary education to build relationships in higher education, research & development and manufacturing industries.