Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence Division Opens Technology Center in Montreal Canada

Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division have announced the opening of its new Technology Center in Montreal, Canada. The co-working space will be utilized in partnership with Leica Geosystems Ltd, a part of Hexagon, a well-established geospatial technology provider in the greater Montreal area. The Technology Center provides a product showcase area where Québec manufacturers can get an in-person look at a wide range of advanced solutions for production, automation, metrology and reality capture applications under a single roof. The newly renovated office will serve as a regional hub of talent, technology and training to support customer learning, testing, technical support and product demonstrations. The facility is located at 1950, 32e avenue, Montreal, QC, Canada, H8T 3J7.

The Montreal technology center will house Hexagon’s latest coordinate measurement machines (CMMs), vision systems, portable measurement arms, structured light scanners, and laser trackers for dimensional measurement and metrology-related automation. PC-DMIS, REcreate, and Inspire metrology software programs complement this extensive hardware offering for data acquisition, analysis and evaluation, in addition to powerful data management and reporting tools. Area manufacturers will also get a closer look at Hexagon’s CAD/CAM/CAE sophisticated software solutions such as MSC Nastran, Simufact and Adams for design, engineering and production. This software portfolio embeds feedback loops and continuous learning into all stages of the production process for quality-driven productivity.

“The addition of our new Technology Center in Montreal reflects Hexagon’s strong commitment to our growing industrial landscape in Canada. The Québec manufacturing industry is diverse and advanced. Our direct presence in the region is crucial to supporting our customer base and future clientele looking to move forward with smart manufacturing initiatives.   We are excited to have a collaboration space where Hexagon subject matter experts (SMEs) and users can solve challenges and innovate applications with our advanced manufacturing and metrology technologies. It is a huge bonus to work alongside our Geosystems division, an innovator in reality-capture technologies and a well-established presence in Montreal,” said David Hill, Director of Commercial Operations – Canada, Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division.

For more information: www.hexagonmi.com

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