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Throwback to j.j. bos & MTS seminar

Testimonial written by:

Stanislav Nasibullin

Stanislav Nasibullin / Application Engineer at MTS Systems Corporation.


I am thrilled to share the success of our recent seminar in the Netherlands, organized by our business partner, j.j. bos b.v. in collaboration with MTS Systems Corporation. The event was a resounding success, attracting 30 enthusiastic customers eager to delve into the latest advancements in MTS Systems software.

Key Seminar Topics:

  • Compensation Techniques: Exploring the variety, possibilites, limitations and best practices of compensators available in MTS Systems software.
  • Real-Time Calculated Channels in 793 Software: Unveiling the power and capabilities of real-time calculations in the 793 software.
  • IronPython in MTS TestSuite: A deep dive into the utilization of IronPython on MTS TestSuite.
  • Virtual Specimens for Test Procedure Development: Allows to minimize waste of power during test procedure development.
  • Servohydraulic Equipment Maintenance and Oil Analysis: Insights into best practices for maintaining servohydraulic equipment, coupled with the significance of oil analysis.

The seminar was not just a platform for presentations but a vibrant space for engaging discussions. Participants actively explored use cases from past projects. The exchange of insights and practical applications truly made this seminar a valuable experience for everyone involved.

A sincere thank you to all the participants for their active involvement and thought-provoking questions. Your curiosity and engagement contributed immensely to the success of the event. Special gratitude to MTS Systems Corporation and j.j. bos b.v. for their collaborative efforts in organizing a seminar .

The success of this seminar reflects the thriving community of professionals dedicated to staying at the forefront of technological advancements. Let’s continue this dialogue, sharing knowledge and pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of MTS Systems software.

Here’s to the success of the seminar and the continued growth of our community!