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Bruce A. Pellegrino: About the Author
Co-Founder and VP of Marketing, Sensor Networks, Inc.


Bruce A. Pellegrino

Mr. Bruce A. Pellegrino is co-founder, Chairman and Vice President of Marketing for Sensor Networks, Inc. based out of its Morristown, NJ location. Bruce is a 37-year veteran of the NDT product & service business having founded EMCO as a NDT sales company in 1978 and Visual Inspection Technologies in 1983. Bruce oversaw the merger of VIT with Everest Imaging and subsequently ran Everest VIT, Inc. as President & CEO from 1999 until 2005 when it was acquired by GE. Bruce held various management positions – Product, Marketing, Government Relations and Business Development – at GE Inspection Technologies from 2005 until 2014.

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Published Articles

Advancements in Network-distributed Ultrasonic Sensors
January/February 2018 Inspectioneering Journal
By Bruce A. Pellegrino at Sensor Networks, Inc., and Mark Feydo at Sensor Networks, Inc.

Over the past few years, network technologies have been developed to eliminate the need for long cables for UT thickness monitoring. Coupled with a software back-end, permanently-installed UT sensors have become much more competitive in the industrial landscape.

Ultrasonic Sensor System for Wall-Thickness Monitoring
March/April 2016 Inspectioneering Journal
By Dr. James N. Barshinger at Sensor Networks, Inc., Bruce A. Pellegrino at Sensor Networks, Inc., and Michael Nugent at Equity Engineering Group

While there are many methods for measuring equipment wall thickness, a predominant method used in the O&G and power generation industries is portable ultrasonic equipment. Ultrasonic testing is non-intrusive because it is applied to the outside of a pipe or vessel. It is an accurate and relatively low cost non-destructive examination (NDE) method to deploy in most situations.

September/October 1998 Inspectioneering Journal
By Bruce A. Pellegrino at Sensor Networks, Inc.

Remote visual testing (RVT) of large surface areas (1 sq. meter) associated with vessel inspection requires a unique hardware approach compared to that of commercially-available borescopes, fiberscopes, and video borescopes. Faced with stricter OSHA regulations and the increased global competitiveness of today's marketplace, process facilities have looked toward a technical solution, including man-less entry into vessels, pressure vessels, and tanks for their internal inspections. A unitized pan, tilt, light, color, zoom video inspection system was developed for use in confined space and hazardous area locations associated with these components.


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