Robotics play an increasing role in today’s engineering & manufacturing. More and more companies rely on complex robots to produce their mass volumes of output. Robotic systems provide consistent results that work by way of accurate coordinate programming. Precise data is essential in establishing proper alignment and performance.
One company that specializes in designing & manufacturing these types of robotic units is Parallel Robotic Systems Corporation.
We invite you to join our webinar: “FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D – A Revolution in 3D Laser Scanning” on Tuesday, 14th December at 02:00PM (GMT). This webinar will present its unique features, as well as its technical data and new accessories.
FARO will have a booth at EuroMold at Frankfurt (Germany) from 1st – 4th December 2010. We will show our portable 3D measuring machines which are ideal for tool & mould making applications.
We invite you to join our webinar: “Optimize your measurement process with CAM2 Q 1.5” on Tuesday, 7th December at 02:00PM (GMT). The webinar will consist of a live demonstration of the new CAM2 Q 1.5 showing some of the improvements that reduce the time used to collect measurement data.
FARO and TESIS are joining forces to establish a fully-fledged new calibration and service center for FARO products in Moscow. The new center opening on 16th December 2010 with a customer and VIP event will enable owners of FARO products to conveniently service and recalibrate their tools within their own market region instead of sending them abroad.
FARO at SPAR Europe – In conjunction with FARO User Meeting
FARO is an official sponsor of the first European SPAR conference from 7th – 8th December 2010 and presents the brand-new FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D as well as the new version of SCENE software.
FARO would also be pleased to welcome you to our User Meeting at the SPAR Conference on 9th December, where knowledge and experience will be exchanged and the participants will receive all the news on hardware and software.
by Sam Pfeifle, editor, SPAR Point Group
It may sound like a bold statement, but it’s becoming clear that 3D laser scanning (and its younger brother mobile scanning) is upending much of the traditional surveying industry. Although traditional boundary survey work might remain outside the discussion, construction, transportation, and industrial work are all being radically affected by this new technology.