The latest update to CTRL’s cloud based technology InCTRL has just been released. The update allows for streamlined activity, enabling the user to expedite communication of ultrasound data for condition assessment from the technician to management.
The InCTRL application was developed by CTRL... - May 04, 2016
According to relevant estimates in Germany, about one third of cars’ odometers are affected by manipulation. This results in an annual fraudulent increase in the prices of second-hand cars, estimated to total nationally over 6 billion Euros ($ 6.5 billion) per year. Mechthild Heil, CDU’s... - March 31, 2016
CTRL is pleased to announce the release of a new app for Android Mobile. The new InCTRL Mobile app provides clients a new, more effective way to diagnose the efficiency and life duration of essential motor bearings and gearboxes by recording the ultrasound and uploading the readings into the InCTRL cloud... - May 07, 2015
CTRL is pleased to announce the Canadian Navy as the next foreign military to authorize and integrate the CTRL UL101 for its fleet. Conversations with the Canadian Navy began in 2010 once they learned of the benefits of the UL101 from the US Navy. Information was shared regarding the successful use of... - April 04, 2013
The U.S. Air National Guard has selected CTRL’s UL101 to outfit all bases for all platforms. After in-depth testing by the Air National Guard beginning in 2009, the UL101 will be fielded for use on both fixed wing and rotary platforms. - October 11, 2012
On June 6, 2012, CTRL made a presentation to the National Odometer and Title Fraud Enforcement Association (NOTFEA). The presentation showcased the German-made Tacho Spy which uses CTRL’s ultrasound technology to determine engine wear. - July 07, 2012
CTRL will join RMI and its partners from Baltimore County, the State of Maryland, and the U.S. Department of Energy featuring six leading Maryland manufacturing companies committed to energy conservation. CTRL will be part of the engaging roundtable discussion with the Maryland Energy Administration as they discuss the financial resources available to manufacturers. - May 24, 2012
CTRL Systems, Inc. has been awarded a contract to test expanded usage of ultrasound with the UL101 on-board ship. Implementation first began in 2003 in a collaborative effort between CTRL and NAVSEA when more than 100 PM activities were identified for ultrasound technology. Ultrasound allows for problems to be identified and located very early, it is quick to use, and it is non-intrusive. - April 06, 2012
CTRL Systems’ Beijing-based office has delivered CTRL products and programs under an energy savings pilot program for the past three years. Nearly 25% of the power plants in China participated in the pilot program. A permanent program has been put in place in which other power plants will be able to participate. - March 08, 2012
CTRL Systems hosted a demonstration of an Odometer Rollback Detector based on CTRL's ultrasound technology. The Speedo-Spy combines a database of engine sounds with CTRL's UL101 and SoundCTRL systems to create an accurate measurement of engine wear. - November 30, 2011
The CTRL-Energy Savings Program (CTRL-ESP) is capable of assessing, locating, monitoring, calculating and confirming energy reduction opportunities in a manufacturing facility. - April 29, 2011
CTRL Systems, Inc., an ultrasound maintenance technologies provider, hires Steve Van Ooteghem as Director of National Accounts.
“We created this position to serve our growing client base, many of the companies using our ultrasound technology are nationally-known with multiple locations,”... - March 11, 2011
CTRL Systems, Inc. and Adria Machine received notification the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has approved the purpose-built leak detection system designed to find holes as small as 10/1,000th of an inch in steel and plastic drums. CTRL worked closely with Adria Machine to incorporate... - February 17, 2011
CTRL Systems, Inc. names Benjamin Fried to vice president of sales and marketing. This appointment will expand his previous role as director of marketing.
Fried joined CTRL Systems in 1998, and has been instrumental in securing major clients in both the military and commercial markets. He has also spearheaded... - January 20, 2011
CTRL Systems’ Beijing-based office (Beijing Jiahua SiChuang Technology Ltd.) plans to increase its sales force on the heels of a successful, 2-year, energy savings pilot program conducted in China for the power generation industry. CTRL has effectively implemented proprietary technologies into... - July 31, 2010
CTRL Systems, Inc. received notification today that the U.S. Navy placed the CTRL UL101 Ultrasound Detector on the Test Design Engineer Allowance Equipment List. The UL101 was also added to the Maintenance Requirement Cards of 6 different applications, indicating it will be required for use on all class... - July 17, 2010
CTRL Systems, Inc. is releasing SoundCTRL 2.0, an ultrasound data capture software device. Using a wireless Internet connection, SoundCTRL automatically uploads the ultrasound data to InCTRL for monitoring, reporting and diagnosing bearings, gears, pumps and valves.
As a web-based analysis and reporting... - June 17, 2010