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How 3D data is driving new levels of automotive productivity & efficiency

October 5, 2018

Automotive manufacturing is rapidly evolving – from heightened production demands and shorter design-to-launch timelines to smart, connected factories.

Watch this FAROLive! presentation from IMTS 2018 to learn how adopting high-accuracy 3D measurement technology across all plant areas will revolutionize your quality and process inspection and support problem solving across the entire supply chain.

We’ll tell you why the world’s leading automotive OEMs and tier suppliers depend on this actionable intelligence – such as color maps and real-time position reports – to drive and automate critical decision-making.


PRESENTER: Elliott Mills | Product Manager – Factory Metrology

Elliott holds a bachelor of science in manufacturing engineering and MBA from Kettering University. He has 10 years of metrology experience in the roles of product management and applications engineering. Prior to entering the metrology industry, he worked directly for a tier one automotive supplier in the areas of forging, machining and assembly of powertrain components.

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