TECHNICAL TALK ON DIGITAL DETECTOR – DDA DIFFERENTIATION AND NEW INDUSTRY STANDARD WITH UNMATCHED PORTABILITY, SMART & POWERFUL USM100 UT CONVENTIONAL DEVICE
About the speaker:
Denis Kiesel is the Commercial Leader of F&DI (Film & Digital Imaging) APAC incl. China for Waygate Technologies, stationed in Singapore. In this position, his Team is responsible for the sales of Radiographic Film, Digital Detectors, CR and Imaging Devices. This includes Software, Data Management systems and X-Ray Generators. He joined GE in April 2005 at the German Ahrensburg facility as a Technical Support Manager X-Ray. Prior to joining GE, he worked for 8 years in the area of Optical Inspection for PCBs. Before his engagement in the Inspection Business, he received his certification as Measurement & Control engineer at BASF AG in Germany. Denis lived and worked in Asia for several years and is supporting the region for over 20 years of his professional career. In 2017 GE Inspection Technologies became part of Baker Hughes and in 2019 the name was changed from GE Inspection Technologies to Waygate Technologies.
Ken Low is Asia UT (Standard Portables) Sales Leader for Waygate Technologies, based in Singapore. Ken Low join GE Inspection Technologies in 2011 with more than 10 years of NDT experience in the OGC industry. He has ASNT Level 2 qualifications in various methods and work as NDT technical sales engineer prior to GE, familiar with ultrasonic, eddy current & radiographic testing. Ken joined GEIT as Product Sales Manager to develop and support the AUT business in Asia Pacific. Prior to that, he also set up GE Inspection Technologies Application Centre in Singapore. Before this, he worked at Olympus NDT, Singapore Technologies Aerospace & Singapore Airforce. In 2017, GE Inspection Technologies became part of Baker Hughes & renamed Waygate Technologies in 2019. Ken graduates from Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Singapore) with a diploma in Mechanical Engineering and holds a BSc(Hons) in Business Management from the University of Bradford(UK).