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LMI Technologies announces FactorySmart Roadshow in Europe

LMI Technologies, a leading developer of 3D scanning and inspection solutions, today announced the launch of its 2017 FactorySmart Roadshow, taking place from September 12 to November 23 in several cities across Europe.

After a first successful European Roadshow in 2016 focused on the Gocator Ecosystem, the 2017 Tour offers new locations and a FactorySmart focus. During the Roadshow LMI Experts will be travelling the continent to demonstrate the latest Gocator 3D smart sensor technology.

Each venue will provide a hands-on Gocator experience, including one-on-one training and LIVE demonstrations of the new LMI laser profile and snapshot sensors. In educational sessions, LMI together with its local partners will illustrate how to deliver inline metrology with smart sensor technology and how these solutions can be customized to solve specific application needs.

“The European Roadshow is a wonderful opportunity for us to offer an interactive event where people can directly discuss with LMI representatives and share knowledge with Gocator distributors, SIs and end users”, said Christian Benderoth, Regional Development Manager EMEAR at LMI Technologies.

The 2017 FactorySmart Roadshow will be held in:

September 21 - 22, Bratislava, Slovakia

September 26, Dusseldorf, Germany

September 28,  Cluj - Napoca, Romania

October 11 - 13,  Zaječí, Czech Republic

October 26,  Lucerne, Switzerland

November 22, Barcelona, Spain

November 23, Valencia, Spain

PRESENTATIONS & TRAINING SCHEDULE

Opening Remarks
Delivering Inline Metrology with FactorySmart® Sensor Technology
Live Product Demonstrations
Applications
One-on-One Training
Closing Remarks

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