Metromeet has revealed the Conference Program that will take place in Bilbao, Spain during March 3rd, 4th and 5th. During the three days of Conference, the program will be structured around the following key topics: Real Applications of Intelligent Metrology, Advanced Instrumentation and Calibration, Metrology and Industry 4.0 and New Dimensional Metrology Solutions.
Metromeet reveals a complete program that promises to offer high-level technological content and unique networking moments with professionals from the world of industry and representatives of companies with the greatest international projection such as Autodesk, General Electric, Novo Nordisk A / S, Topsolid and Tekniker among many others.
Metromeet has also brought together the main representatives of different International Universities and other public and private centers such as the PTB, the Nottingham University, the University Antwerp or the UPV University of the Basque Country. The conference will address some of the challenges that companies face today in assessing the benefits of adopting smart metrology technologies. Topics such as predictive maintenance or interoperability will be key for those companies that are looking for how to make the leap to digital optimized production. The event offers the possibility to connect and discover technology, solutions and applications in an industrial environment.
The Digital Twin – Hands-on Experience from Coordinate Metrology
Improvement hybrid measuring heads with high strength optically transparent measuring tips
Probing in integrated CADCAM for manufacturing automation
Reliability of Results of Multi-Parameter Measurement Control
Material standards and interference systems for checking and calibrating coordinate measuring machines
Metrology throughout the machining process
Computed Tomography Track
A computed tomography track is included at the conference featuring the following topics:
3D multisensor coordinate measuring with image processing, microprobes, non-contact 3D sensors and computed tomography
CT on production floor, boosted by Metrology and Collaborative robots