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Ken Anderson to be Keynote Speaker at the 2010 IMAPP Symposium

Ogden, Utah. October 2010 – Universal Synaptics Corp. announced that Ken Anderson will be featured as a Key Note Speaker at the upcoming International Meeting for Aviation Product Support Processes (IMAPP) Symposium organized by the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronics (AIAA), Product Support Technical Committee November 8th and 9th in Victorville, CA. The purpose of the Product Support Technical Committee (PSTC) is to advance the quality, technology, and excellence of post-production aviation products and services by providing an international, industry-wide forum for networking, the exchange of best practices, and the setting of standards. The AIAA – PSTC is chaired by Mr. Jens Strahmann of Airbus.

IMAPP 2010 will focus on two main topics at this year’s symposium, No Fault Found (NFF) in aircraft components and Special Purpose Aircraft (SPA) and its impact on the aeronautical industry. Universal Synaptics will brief symposium delegates on the Intermittent Fault Detection & Isolation System (IFDIS) and the costs related to intermittent / NFF defects in maintenance, and will sit on the NFF panel as a participant.

“I am excited to have been added as a Keynote Speaker and panel member at this year’s IMAPP event” said Ken Anderson, Universal Synaptics Vice President of Sales & Business Development. “I look forward to positive discussion and thought provoking commentary from some of the brightest minds in the industry concerning our technology and its ability to reduce intermittent / NFF in aircraft”.

Since 1996, Universal Synaptics Corporation, based in Ogden, UT., has been an industry leader in detecting and isolating elusive intermittent faults, and spent years in the "trenches" researching and solving complex diagnostic and testing problems. Their research into the primary root causes of intermittent / No Fault Found (NFF) problems and the massive digital testing void that exists today with conventional scanning test equipment, led to the development of the patented Intermittent Fault Detector (IFD), hardware neural network and all-lines-all-the-time wiring / circuit analyzer test solutions. For more information, please contact Universal Synaptics (801) 731-8508.