October 18, 2024

Selecting the Right Detector for Your Application

Eagle Product Inspection will be hosting a webinar in conjunction with International Food Safety Network (IFSQN) to discuss the detectors for x-ray inspection. If you have ever wondered what the main differentiator is for x-ray detection you won’t want to miss this webcast. Sign up below to learn the differences between detector technology.

In the webcast ‘Selecting the Right Detector for Your Application‘  you’ll learn that selecting the right detector technology depends on the application specifications and the desired outcome, along with other variables. To get the best detection for your production line it is important to determine what these variables are to then configure the right solution. Join this live webcast with Steve Dowd, our industry expert, as he outlines the intricacies of detector technology, the factors that must be taken into consideration prior to investing and the true value-added benefit it can bring to your production line.



Date and time

Friday, October 18, 2024

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM EST

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Steve Dowd

Technical Sales Manager

As a Technical Sales Manager at Eagle Product Inspection, Steve Dowd manages market input to customer satisfaction post installation of Eagle products in the meat segment. Steve has over 25 years of experience in x-ray and technical sales. Steve has served many roles within Eagle including service specialist, application specialist, system engineer, product manager and regional sales manager.

Steve’s focus is to ensure Eagle is continuously improving the customer experience and verifying Eagle is meeting the existing and upcoming customer needs. roles throughout his career, working as a manufacturing engineer at Crown Holdings, followed by field service Engineer at Esko and as a global sales & applications engineer at Eagle. Sam holds a BA (Hons) in Business management, from Lincoln International Business School, a HNC in mechanical engineering, from Teeside University and is currently studying for his MBA at Leicester Business School.