DJB Instruments (UK) Ltd is taking its unique accelerometer training seminar to several UK regional venues throughout the autumn.
Now in its 6th year, DJB’s accelerometer training has become an important event in the calendar for anyone using accelerometers who is brave enough to admit that perhaps their understanding of the technology and how to use it may not be up to scratch.
Having already been presented to hundreds of engineers in the UK and as far afield as the USA, India and later in 2018, Shanghai, China the course has enjoyed 100% positive feedback from new and experienced engineers who found the content enlightening and beneficial to their work.
There are 4 different UK locations currently available in which there are options to focus on the sensor within the testing process as well as options for accelerometer training alongside signal processing basics. We would advise booking early to guarantee a place.
• Oct 4th, DJB HQ, Suffolk in addition to the training you can also benefit from a factory tour where you will be able to see first-hand the intricacies of accelerometer manufacture and calibration.
• Nov 7th DJB will be one of the first to present training at the brand-new MIRA Technology Institute in Warwickshire.
• Nov 13th, Prosig Ltd HQ, based nr Portsmouth with training offering a complete solution overview from sensors to data acquisition and analysis.
• Nov 21st, the final date in the DJB diary for 2018. DJB will be back in Liverpool with support from the Northern Automotive Alliance.
Read more on these courses on our events page, where booking links can be found.
The provision of such training is an important part of DJB Instruments’ operations. By providing training and improving its customers’ engineering understanding of accelerometers, it makes the company’s job as a manufacturer and supplier much easier.
The aim of the course series is to provide a refreshing view on how to avoid errors and maintain accurate data results, focusing on the sensor within the testing process. DJB designs and manufactures in-house, having done so for over 4 decades.