BISS – A division of #ITW India participated in the ADMAT2019 exhibition and conference between September 23-25 at Courtyard by Marriott, Hyderabad, India. The event was successful and witnessed participation from Industry, students and researchers from across the country. BISS presented its capability in mechanical testing and exhibited during the exhibition. BISS also introduced its latest development - “SmartConnect™”, an IoT based application for remote monitoring applications. Visitors showed great interest in BISS product offerings.
BISS – A division of ITW India participated in the 3rd International Conference & Exhibition on Fatigue, Durability and Fracture Mechanics between 29-31st August 2019 at Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka. The event was successful and witnessed participation from Industry, students and researchers from universities and research labs across the country. In this event, Industrial experts and academicians came to a single platform & facilitates exchange of ideas and advancements in the field of fatigue, durability and fracture mechanics applications.
BISS presented its capability in mechanical testing and exhibited during the exhibition. BISS also introduced its latest development -“SmartConnect™”, an IoT based application for remote monitoring applications. Visitors showed interest with BISS product offerings and visited the factory during the available time.
BISS – A division of ITW India organized an one day seinar on “Nuances in Shock Absorber Testing” , on July 26, 2019 at Hilton Garden Inn, Gurugram. This event was planned with focus on latest developments in Shock Absorber testing and how BISS can support Damper manufacturing industries.
Event was invitation-only, and we received massive response from customers in the Damper manufacturing industry. Customers from R&D, test lab and production were present during the seminar and the interactions were well received by the audience. The team from BISS presented on the latest technologies developed by BISS R&D center in Bangalore. BISS also presented its latest development -“SmartConnect™”, an IoT based application for remote monitoring applications.
BISS – A division of ITW India participated in the 4th Indian Conference on Applied Mechanics 2019 (INCAM) - July 3-5, 2019 at Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. This event was organized by the department of Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore at the J.N. Tata Auditorium located within the IISc campus. The event was successful and witnessed participation from students and researchers, from universities and research labs across the country.
BISS presented its capability in mechanical testing and exhibited its Low Force Series system which was drew attention from visitors. Visitors showed interest with BISS product offerings and visited the factory during the available time.
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The First Structural Integrity Conference and Exhibition (SICE -2016), held during July 4-6, 2016 at the Hotel Le Meridian, Bangalore, was jointly organized by Indian Structural Integrity Society (InSIS), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras and Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (BISS), Bangalore. A pre-conference workshop was also organized during July 2-3, 2016 at IISc and BISS premises at Bangalore. In this workshop, approximately 50 delegates from Academia, R&D and Industries have participated in order to have a live demonstration of Mechanical Testing at BISS Labs like Fracture Toughness, Fatigue, and Thermomechanical Fatigue etc. A series of invited talks have been delivered by reputed international faculty on the theory and practice of Fatigue, Fracture Mechanics, and Failure Analyses during the workshop. Prof. C S Manohar from IISc Bangalore, Dr. S K Bhaumik from National Aerospace Laboratories Bangalore, Dr. K. Satish Kumar & Mr. Sushil Mane from Altair, Prof. Masahiro Endo from Fukuoka University, Japan, and Prof. Ashok Saxena from the University of Arkansas, USA were a few speakers in the workshop.
BISS and Instron have jointly participated in the exhibition during July 4-6, 2016 at the Hotel Le Meridian, Bangalore. In the exhibition, BISS has displayed its low force systems and servo-hydraulic system ‘Nano’. The ‘Nano’ was equipped with the facility to study the surface deformation of the test piece during the course of the test by the scanning with the help of eddy current method. This special arrangement was designed for the non-destructive testing (NDT). Many engineers, professors, researchers and students have visited the stall during the exhibition and have shown their interest in the testing technologies and equipment provided by both BISS and Instron.
Prof. Ashok Saxena from the University of Arkansas, USA is receiving memento from Dr. R Sunder from BISS during the workshop at BISS Bangalore
Prof. Masahiro Endo from Fukuoka University, Japan at the discussion with audience during the workshop at BISS Bangalore
Participants in SICE 2016 Workshop at BISS Bangalore
Dr. R Sunder from BISS in discussion with participants in SICE 2016 Workshop at BISS Bangalore
Participants during test demonstration in SICE 2016 Workshop at BISS Bangalore
BISS-Instron stall at exhibition in SICE 2016 at the Hotel Le Meridian, Bangalore
Nadcap (formerly NADCAP, the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) is a global cooperative accreditation program for aerospace, defense and related industries.
With companies like Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier and their suppliers expanding operations in India year after year, the scope for testing and validation in these areas is continuously increasing. To be a key player in materials testing in these areas, Nadcap accreditation of the test facilities is a necessary requirement. Nadcap certification demands attention to details, accurate documentation and reliable results.
According to the e-audit report of Performance and Review Institute (PRI), BiSS Labs is the only laboratory in India to have Nadcap accreditation for non metallic materials testing (NMMT). BiSS has sustained the accreditation continuously for three years now, and has been recently elevated to “Merit Status”. Nadcap accreditation of BiSS Labs for metals is underway.
BiSS Labs currently has more than 12 systems (ranging from 5 kN to 2000 kN) dedicated to testing of composites based on non-metallic materials. Apart from Aerospace, composite material characterization under static and dynamic loads is performed round the clock for industries in Energy, Healthcare and Automotive sectors.
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BiSS has participated at the exhibition of Fatigue Durability 2015 conference, subjected on the Fatigue, Durability and Fracture Mechanics. The event has been jointly organised by the Institute of Structural Integrity & Failure Studies and India Science Foundation during May 28th-30th 2015 at JRD Tata auditorium complex of Indian Institute of Science Bangalore.
The three day conference and exhibition has hosted a huge number of participants and experts, working in the domain of Fatigue and Fracture, from various industry sectors like Automotive, Aerospace, Academia, Government and Private Research Laboratories etc. in order to exchange critical information related to materials deformation and recent developments in the field.
In this series of knowledge exchange, BiSS has displayed a new compact and unique design of the servo controlled test ‘Nano’ system which serves almost all the requirements of standard materials testing in both static and dynamic loading conditions up to 25 kN.
The concept of “plug ‘n’ play” of the Nano test system has been highly appreciated by visitors from all across the industry sectors. Moreover, it was a special area of interest for the Academia sector as a teaching tool. The participants have received additional information about this test system by interacting with our Product Manager.
Our approach towards offering the most comprehensive packages to our customers, not only in terms of machine with state-of-the-art technology but also with its appearance has motivated us to turn up with a new look of our very popular logo to symbolize BiSS ITW brand in more elegant way.
We are now pleased in announcing the launch of new logo to represent the BiSS ITW brands. This new logo will be replaced with the old one in all upcoming products as well as in documents.
The new logo was inaugurated and launched on June 17th 2015 at BiSS headquarter, Bangalore in the presence of the BiSS employees and partners. Dr. R Sunder, the Founder Director of BiSS, has introduced this new concept to the audience for the global representation of the company in more beautiful and simplified manner.
Indian Technology Congress 2014 awarded BiSS for Corporate Technology Excellence in the development, supply and export of high precision servo-hydraulic systems meeting global standards.
BISS is pleased to announce the launch of the Nano Plug and Play at MTEC,Bangkok from 8th -10th July 2015.
The Nano has been packaged as A Tool for Teaching and Basic Research. It provides a comprehensive servo-hydraulic solution to mechanical testing of materials. Its specially designed Universal Grips allow for minimum time between setup for tensile, compression, flexural, fatigue and fracture toughness tests. Its lack of site preparation and external cooling devices keep installation efforts and utility requirements to a minimum.
A BISS product manager will provide information on the various testing procedures from International Standards and explain how the Nano machine fulfill these requirements. Through the live demonstration, the ease-of-use of the grips and the application software will exhibit the reasons the Nano is an ideal tool for teaching and basic research in areas of strength of materials, fatigue and fracture mechanics.
Come visit us at MTEC, Bangkok for an informative seminar and live demonstration of the Nano Plug and Play.
Laying of foundation stone
Dr. S.R. Valluri
Ex-Director - NAL
Test facility inauguration
Dr. Raghu Upadhya
Director - NAL
Planting of sapling
Dr. Raghu Upadhya
Director - NAL
Dr. S.R. Valluri
Ex-Director - NAL
Smt. Shyamala Valluri
Dr. N. Eshwara Prasad
Director - RCMA
Prof. Satish V.
Kailas Indian Institute of Science
Mr. R. Manivannan
Divisional Manager - Canara Bank
Dr. A. Venkateshwara Gupta
Technical Lead - Airbus Engineering
Mr. Ravi Shettigar
Manager Service TestSmart Systems
Mr. Sandeep Thakur
Manager - Airbus Engineering
Ms. Anees Fathima
Manager Test Lab - LM Glass Fiber
Ms. Elena, Ph. D Student
Moscow State Aviation Technological University
Ms. S. Rajashree
Team Manger - GE
Material Testing Lab