Mark Feydo: About the Author
VP of Engineering, Sensor Networks, Inc.

Mark Feydo

Mark Feydo is Vice President of Engineering for Sensor Networks, Inc. and is based out of the Boalsburg, PA facility. Mark graduated from Grove City College with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering. He has spent the past 27 years designing NDT equipment for Krautkramer Branson – Agfa NDT – GE Inspection Technologies. Notable products that he developed include the USN 5x / 6x family of portable flaw detectors, the USPC2100 and the Phasor XS. Mark has extensive experience in hardware and system design, including analog, RF and digital electronics.

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January/February 2018 Inspectioneering Journal

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.

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