We are delighted to inform you that FARO has won the award for the 3D scanner company of the year !
“Given the standard of our fellow nominees competing for the prestigious 3D scanner company of the year award, we were delighted with our success,” enthused Dave Southam, Regional Manager Europe North at FARO Technologies. “As FARO scanners are particularly suited to the demands of the 3D printing industry our sales in this exciting global sector continue to grow at a phenomenal rate.
The next FARO Inno-Tech Days event will be held on the 18th May 2017 at the Science and Technologies Facilities Council in Oxford.
On display will be a wide range of our latest innovations including:
– the longest range and most accurate laser projector ever – the FARO Tracer M
– the truly mobile FARO FocusS Laser Scanner for fast, secure and reliable scanning
– the recently launched mobile remote controlled Vantage S and Vantage E Laser Trackers with hot swappable batteries
– our latest robot-compatible automation solution – the FARO Cobalt Array Imager
|09.00 – 10.00||Welcome and Introduction|
|10.00 – 11.00||Presentation of FARO|
|11.00 – 12.00||Free demo sessions|
|12.00 – 13.00||Latest FARO innovations|
|13.00 – 13.30||Lunch|
|13.30 – 14.30||Free demo sessions|
|14.30 – 15.15||Presentation of more FARO innovations|
|15.15 – 16.00||Free demo sessions|
To register please Click Here.
FARO UK is happy to announce that we will be taking part at the ICE BIM Conference 2014!
Taking place on the 29th October, we will be presenting our revolutionary, high speed FARO Laser Scanner Focus 3D for 3D measurement and 3D image documentaiton together with the accompanying SCENE software for processing and managing scanned data easily and efficiently by using automatic object recognition as well as scan registration and positioning.
Date: 29th October 2014
Location: Lancaster London
For more information visit the event website or email email@example.com …we look forward to welcoming you!
Building Information Modelling is the biggest change in the construction sector, since CAD replaced hand drafting. Existing Building Information Modelling (eBIM) is the first step in the BIM workflow for retrofit & refurb projects.
BIM was developed as a way of managing the full development lifecycle of a building project. Used to facilitate new designs, build changes and communication amongst contractors and design teams, it has provided significant cost savings and efficiency gains. As these methods have become more robust, companies have looked to apply these techniques to a range of projects. Combined with the current downturn in the new build sector, many firms have seen the majority of their construction work switch to retrofit and refurb projects instead of new build. [Read more …]