Precise Industrial 3D Metrology

3D Coordinate Measuring and 3D Testing

GOM develops, produces and distributes software, machines and systems for industrial and automated 3D coordinate measuring technology and 3D testing based on latest research results and innovative technologies.

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GOM Metrology Network

With more than 60 sites and an employee network of more than 1,000 metrology specialists, GOM guarantees profound advice as well as professional support and service to operators on-site in their local languages. In addition, GOM shares knowledge on processes and measurement technology in training courses, conferences and application-based workshops.

GOM Headquarters

GOM has been developing measuring technology in Braunschweig since 1990. In the respective research and development departments, more than 100 engineers, mathematicians and scientists shape the measuring technology of the present and the future.

Setting Standards

Today, more than 10,000 system installations improve product quality and accelerate product development and manufacturing processes for international companies in the automotive, aerospace and consumer goods industries, their suppliers as well as many research institutes and universities.

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Careers at GOM

In our growing market segment, we need you, your creativity and your commitment to further develop our products in line with market requirements and to remain a reliable supplier and partner for our customers.

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Latest News

06/2017Automated measuring techniques allow higher throughput by keeping process reliability at a high level at the same time. For this reason, automotive supplier Metalsa opted for GOM’s automated optical measuring systems.>
06/2017With the use of ATOS ScanBox, automotive supplier Allgaier has managed to reduce measuring times in toolmaking, production, and assembly by up to 50 percent.>
05/2017Optical metrology allows a series-accompanying and reproducible evaluation of surface defects. Register for the webinar on July 13, 2017, and find out how to detect and analyze defects on sheet metal parts.>