Correlated Solutions offers non-contact strain and deformation measurement solutions for materials and product testing. These measurements can be made on length scales ranging from microns to meters and time scales as small as nanoseconds. Our scientists and engineers have specialized in deformation measurements for over 20 years and are recognized as world leaders and the inventors of digital image correlation. In addition to our powerful digital image correlation systems, Correlated Solutions also offers a range of measurement solutions for Laser Shearography and Vibration analysis.
The VIC-3D system from Correlated Solutions is the most powerful, turn-key system for non-contact measurement of full-field surface shape, deformation,... Read More →
The Society for Experimental Mechanics XIV International Congress will be held in a virtual format during the week of September... Read More →
Like the rest of our community, both locally and around the world, Correlated Solutions has been actively implementing necessary precautions... Read More →
The 2020 BMES Virtual Meeting
on October 14-17 will focus on our future to showcase innovative developments in research and education. Reserve your seat for the learning, networking, and idea exchanges planned for the ever-changing world of biomedical engineering! Expect timely content on technologies for emerging infectious disease, thought-provoking sessions on health disparities and racial justice, student and early career sessions, and fun and competitions! You won’t even have to sit at a computer for 10-hours a day thanks to our new, on-demand sessions and posters – learn on your time!
Given the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-person joint Photomecanics-iDICs conference in Nantes (France) is postponed until 2021. Join us virtually for a virtual iDICs conference
from Monday 19th to Thursday 22nd of October to continue the timely dissemination of knowledge, professional networking and the missions of the iDICs: evolving the applications, training, standardization, and practice of Digital Image Correlation.
We have therefore organized Autumn 2020 to best meet the goals of iDICs and so authors can share and discuss their paper and work under preparation this year.