FARO 3D Documentation Conference
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Conference Attendee Registration Includes:
- Cocktail reception
- Breakfast and lunch each day
- Walt Disney style dinner (Thursday only)
- Admission to all Keynote Speeches and Workshops
- Admission to the 3D Exhibition
Since its inception, laser scanning has quickly emerged as the leading technology for the documentation and measurement of spaces and structures. Driven by innovation – faster, smaller and more affordable devices – this change has led to the diffusion of scanning into new industries that otherwise might not have access to it. This is the democratization of laser scanning, and it is one of the reasons behind the FARO 3D Documentation Conference.
FARO Technologies, Inc. established the 3D Documentation Conference as a forum for learning and the exchange of ideas between professionals who engage in the capture of three-dimensional data. We welcome customers, potential customers and partners to join us for a two-day seminar filled with informative presentations and industry-specific training workshops. Education sessions are tailored to specific user segments and led by renowned experts in their field. Our instructors are committed to the free exchange of ideas and the sharing of best practices through real-world examples. The information presented at this conference is thorough, but our goal is a simple one: to enrich your knowledge of 3D documentation and improve your job performance.
FARO Technologies, Inc.
With more than 26,000 installations and 13,000 customers globally, FARO develops and markets computer-aided coordinate measurement and imaging devices and software. Portable equipment from FARO permits high-precision 3D measurement, imaging and comparison of parts and compound structures within production and quality assurance processes. The devices are used for inspecting components and assemblies, production planning, 3D documentation, as well as for investigation and reconstruction of accident sites or crime scenes. They are also employed to generate digital scans of historic sites.