NDT Week Online 2023


Are you using or supplying Non-Destructive Testing tools and techniques?

Aerospace Testing International’s NDT Week Online webinar series ran last month.

From tap hammers to 3D computed tomography, liquid penetrants to radiography, ATI’s NDT Week Online provides the international Aerospace NDT community with a valuable forum to meet and discuss the latest technologies, processes, standards and qualifications.

This highly accessible event attracts hundreds of engineers from around the world of all levels of experience. Our technology round tables and technical sessions provide the perfect format to provide in-depth information to a relevant and engaged audience, while our “Ask The Expert” offers the opportunity to open lines of discussion with interested NDT users.

Now in its third year, this popular event provides NDT users with up-to-date, understandable and valuable content that enables them to improve their vital work.

The week kicked off with the round table Exploring Non-Destructive Testing Technologies in Aerospace and Aviation before a series of product and technology-focused sessions provided a detailed technological look at the tools and services available to NDT engineers. It concluded with our popular Ask the Expert webinar, during which readers have the opportunity to ask leading NDT engineers about their testing challenges.

If you missed any of the sessions don’t worry, this amazing resource of advice and information is available to review at your leisure via the links below:

Day 1

Exploring Non-Destructive Testing technologies in Aerospace and Aviation

Day 2

High end digital solutions for Radiographic Inspection – Testia

Advanced Ultrasound Instrumentation for Aerospace – TPAC

Qualification of Digital Radiography within Aerospace – North Star Imaging


Exposure Guidance and the Myth of Pixel Value Dependence for Digital Detector Array Radiography  – CarestreamNDT

Solutions for the Challenges we face today will require a change -VJ Technologies

Day 3

Ask The Expert


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Ben has worked as a journalist and editor, covering technology, engineering and industry for the last 20 years. Initially writing about subjects from nuclear submarines to autonomous cars to future design and manufacturing technologies, he was editor of a leading UK-based engineering magazine before becoming editor of Aerospace Testing in 2017.

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