Proceedings: GOM Conference 2017

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In SAIC Volkswagen's Virtual First Sampling Room, 3D point clouds are the basis for part analysis. This results in up to 60 % time savings versus the comparison of real parts.

GE Appliances uses ATOS data as an advanced engineering tool to redefine product development.

Rolls-Royce has achieved a considerable time reduction by implementing optical metrology to replace tactile inspection tasks for complex aerospace assemblies. Thus, meeting the future production rate increase of these parts with a disruptive step.

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Audi: From Manual Scanning to Automated Solutions in Pre-Series Production

BMW: Characterization of Carbon Fiber Composites with ARAMIS Kiosk Interface

Coloplast: 3D Metrology and Automation for Quality Control of Plastic Parts in Medical Engineering

Daimler: Production Quality Control with ATOS ScanBox

Liebherr-Aerospace: ARAMIS Plug & Measure: Accelerating Aerospace Certification Tests

MMG: Optical Metrology for Production of Large Cast Parts

Opel: From Tactile to Automated Optical Metrology

Philipps University: Optical Tracking of Jaw Movements with ARAMIS

Porsche: Digital Quality Assurance: 3D Data for Virtual Assembly and Augmented Reality Presentation

Rolls-Royce: A Process for Automated Optical Metrology of Gas Turbine Blisks and Drums

Sandvik Coromant: ATOS Metrology in Product Development of Metal-Cutting Tools

ThyssenKrupp Presta: Determination of Material Parameters and Simulation Verification for Optimized Processes

Topia: Improving Trial Manufacturing Quality and Productivity with ATOS ScanBox

ZF: FTA Analysis in 3D Metrology