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Marvin Test Solutions Featured at AUTOTESTCON 2013 with Leading Armament Experts and Test Systems
Date:9/16/2013

CHICAGO, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AUTOTESTCON – Marvin Test Solutions (formerly known as Geotest-Marvin Test Systems), a trusted provider of innovative test solutions for military and commercial aerospace organizations, announced today the company's involvement in AUTOTESTCON 2013. The 49th annual IEEE AUTOTESTCON conference takes place September 16-19 in Chicago, Illinois for ATE leaders exploring the latest technologies that support the production and maintenance of mil-aero products and systems for military and aerospace organizations.

Marvin Test Solutions is a member of The Marvin Group, an award-winning company with a 50-year history in the Defense and Commercial Aerospace industries. For 25 years, Marvin Test Solutions has provided military- and commercial-off-the-shelf test solutions that are military-ready, offer aerospace-quality performance, and lower the overall cost of maintenance and sustainment. The aerospace test solutions provider is featured at AUTOTESTCON in a leadership panel, technical presentations, and on the expo floor throughout the week.

Sharing Expert Armament Advice
AUTOTESTCON will feature Marvin Test Solutions' CEO Steve Sargeant in its plenary session Automatic Testing for the Next Decade - Keeping Pace with the New Military on September 18. Today's 4th generation aircraft have armament systems with new smart weapons, bearing little resemblance to the original systems; yet, maintainers are still required to use the same or similar armament circuits preload test set (ACPTS) used for earlier aircraft – creating a test gap for today's armament systems. As a Major General USAF (Ret.), CEO of Marvin Test Solutions, and Vice Pre
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