Taking place on 5th June in London, don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet:
FARO As-Built software supports AEC customers in the efficient and comprehensive evaluation of real building, plant and infrastructure data acquired via various measurement sensors, such as laser scanners, hand scanners, drones, cameras or total stations. Thanks to As-Built, classic CAD programs are supplemented by additional evaluation functionality and thus considerably accelerate the 2D and 3D documentation of as-built data.
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The advancement in laser technology has allowed organisations to capture data even in extreme environments across the globe. International Partner Buro is a leading provider of expert 3D laser scanning and dimensional control services to the global oil & gas industry. The company has recently been using the FARO Focus Laser scanners to ensure they can deliver precise 3D Laser scanning in such extreme environments.
To learn more about how they were able to effectively use the FARO Laser Scanner, read the full article.
As a user of our FARO hardware and software solutions, we would like to invite you to our EU North BIM User Meeting.
When: 22nd May 2018
Where: The Business Design Centre, London
Learn the tips and tricks from our experts resulting in better overall project results. Find out the real Value of Webshare cloud and discover more about BuildIT for construction verification. With live Product demonstrations, you can exchange ideas and learn from other FARO product users, as well as meet with the FARO hardware and Software experts.
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FARO’s Focus Laser scanner has been helping to preserve more than 25 historical sites from around the world. Discover the full article on BBC.
Discover reality capture solutions that can help you to increase efficiency in 3D data capturing and processing. Digital and 3D planning with BIM (Building Information Modeling) is becoming the new standard process in construction and building management.
BIM increases efficiency in the planning and construction as well as in the renovation and operation of buildings. Innovative laser scanning technology and intelligent software solutions provide the data basis.
When: 5th June 2018
Where: University College London
Time: 9:30 am – 4:00pm
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity! Have the chance to meet the BIM experts from the UK BIM Alliance, BAM, Active Plan and Maltby Land Surveys.
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FARO is delighted to announce the release of the FARO CAM2 2018 software platform, specifically designed to enable users to realize the highest value and level of performance with all FARO metrology products across the automotive, aerospace, machine tools and metal fabrication industries!
Learn more about CAM 2018!
Thank you to everyone who joined us at MACH 2018! It was great to see so many new and existing faces.
Following our competition, we had some great times and a huge congratulations to the following winners for the VR headset:
Day 1: Andrew 68 seconds
Day 2: James 67 seconds
Day 3: Janvier 65
Day 4: Lukas 67 seconds
Day 5: Jake 77 seconds
We look forward to continuing our FARO services and hope to see you soon!
Join the FARO Construction Day and find out about the new and existing technology solutions specifically designed for the construction projects.
During this day we will look at how detailed site data capture can form the basis of multiple applications such as on-site design verification, clash detection, tolerance analysis and visual inspection with VR, along with the methods that can be used to record, communicate and review important site information throughout the construction project phases.
Where: FARO Technologies UK, Rugby, CV21 3XH
When: 20th April 2018
Time: 10am – 2.30pm – Lunch will also be provided on the day.
Why should you attend the FARO Construction Day?
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Manufacturers that use composites to build their products or parts, e.g., for planes, boats, cars or rotor blades, probably have as one of their primary goals to minimize the size and weight and maximize the strength of what they are producing. One important key factor they need to consider is the timely and accurate location and positioning of composite plies.
When composites were introduced, their unique properties had significant effects on reducing the size, weight and power aspects of major components for Aerospace, Automotive, Space and Shipbuilding industries. Unfortunately, the labor-intensive nature of composites lay-up production certainly did not reduce the manufacturing costs, however, FARO’s Laser Projection technology is helping to change that.
To learn more about how FARO laser templating technology supports the composite industry to streamline assembly and increase production throughput read the full article: