A full range of reports on industrial applications of 3D metrology and 3D testing is available for download now.
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.
These are just a few of the insights provided in the event proceedings. To receive an impression of GOM Conference 2017 and to download the presentation material, please visit
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