The 2015 MRO Americas, taking place at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, FL on April14-16, will host the Annual Aerospace Maintenance Competition (AMC). AMC is a skill-based competition where teams of certified Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, international and domestic Armed Forces personnel involved in aircraft/spacecraft maintenance, and students enrolled in either FAA, EASA, CASA, or equivalently authorized schools will compete to show off their aerospace maintenance skills.
Teams of five are divided into competition categories of Commercial Aviation, General Aviation, Space, School, Military, and MRO/OEM. They then compete in a timed competition against other teams in their category by testing their knowledge and skills in 16 scheduled events that highlight the principles of the AMT and AME craft and profession.
RF System Lab, a world-wide leader in remote visual inspection, is proud to be a sponsor of AMC 2015. In addition to their sponsorship, RF System Lab is donating a VJ-Advance articulating video borescope to the winning team in the School category. Out of the 42 teams competing in this year’s AMC, five of those teams are made up of students working to obtain certification through aviation schools.
RF System Lab is excited to be able to provide the winning students an opportunity to enhance their studies with the VJ-Advance. RF System Lab understands the importance of hands-on learning and experience with tools regularly used in the aviation maintenance industry; which is why the video borescope company is thrilled to be able to provide the winning school with a VJ-Advance articulating video borescope.
RF System Lab’s Zack Wessels will be onsite at the competition to provide information about the VJ-Advance to interested parties. RF System Lab will also have VJ-Advance video borescope demos available at booth #2943 in the MRO Americas Exhibit Hall.
More information about the Aerospace Maintenance Competition can be found at the event website. More information about RF System Lab and the VJ-Advance video borescope can be found at www.rfsystemlab.us or by calling 855-787-3091