Gexcel will present new (JRC 3D Reconstructor + gexcel R3) software solutions answering to Construction, Architecture, Heritage and Mining
markets that follows integrated workflows with SCENE 5.0 and FARO WebShare.
Gexcel will also show the unique capability to share large full 3D point clouds via Web.
Visit Gexcel at the exhibition and learn more about their solutions!
Harris Pye, a global player in the offshore oil and gas, industrial and marine industries, purchased a FARO Focus3D four months ago and created a workflow that involves scanning with the FARO Focus3D using the accompanying SCENE software for registration.
Where the industry meets – See the great number of workshops and power speeches scheduled during the European User Meeting.
Have a look at the final agenda.
Not registered yet? Secure your seat now!
Architects working with 3 dimensional data for construction and renovation projects in the civil engineering sector should attend the European User Meeting in Zurich. There they will learn all
about how the 3D documentation revolutionizes planning processes.
(John Rechenbach, Dipl.-Ing. Architect)
Meet experts, users and professionals to exchange ideas and experiences attend workshops and benefit from networking sessions at the castle Sihlberg in Switzerland.
Also learn all about the latest developments and trends in the 3D documentation.
We look forward to seeing you in Zurich
We’d like to invite you to this year’s CONTROL from May 08th to 11th 2012 in Stuttgart. Don’t miss the industry event and visit us at booth 3404 in Hall 3. Learn about the latest technologies and industry specific software solutions in the field of portable 3D measurement technology.
Experience our products FARO Edge, FARO ScanArm, FARO Gage, FARO Laser Tracker and the FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D live at the show.
We are looking forward to informative talks, demonstrations and much more.
Free tickets are available here.
The FARO team is looking forward to welcoming you at CONTROL.
Further information are available here:
Claude Guéant, French Interior Minister, visited the Institute for Criminal Research, to experience more about the latest technologies in crime scene analysis. There he took the chance to learn all about the Laser Scanner Focus3D. With this device investigators solve 20 to 30 crime scenes per year. Crime scenes are documented by laser scanning in 3D in a very short time without affecting the environment. Blood stains or bullet trajectories can then be analyzed in detail.
A particularly curious case was recently resolved thanks to the Focus3D. While only two bullets were shot, three dead bodies were found. The 3D scan of the scene helped to reconstruct the bullet trajectory and showed that a bullet bounced off a wall and then fatally hit the third person.
Join us at the European User Meeting 2012 in Zurich on May 22nd and 23rd. Besides comprehensive presentations on 3D documentation and laser scanning technologies and applications you will have the chance to meet experts from your industry and share with them experiences and know-how of the latest developments.
Extensive workshops will cover topics from areas like Architecture, Heritage, Mining and tunnel construction, Quality control, Crime scenes, accident and danger zones documentation.
FARO congratulates Vodafone McLaren Mercedes drivers Jenson Button for winning 2012’ first race and Lewis Hamilton for his third place in Australia, Melbourne.
– 148th pole for McLaren
– 69th pole for McLaren-Mercedes
– 23rd pole for Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
– 20th pole for Lewis Hamilton
– 1st all-McLaren front row since Hungary 2008
– 1st front-row lock-out for Lewis and Jenson
FARO is an ‘Official Supplier’ for measuring systems and a member of McLaren’s World Class Partner Group. FARO supplies state-of-the-art products and services to Vodafone McLaren Mercedes, including measuring systems like several FaroArms units, the personal CMM FARO Gage, the FARO Laser Line Probe for non-contact measurement and FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D. Using this equipment Vodafone McLaren Mercedes enhances their current race car as well as develops their vehicle for the next racing season. McLaren – a brand at the very pinnacle of Formula One – have used FARO technology for nearly ten years and there are multiple applications for them in the Formula One sector.
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