Melbourne, FL -- June 20, 2006 -- Geodetic Systems, Inc (GSI), a leading provider of portable 3D coordinate measurement systems, announced today the company will host a V-STARS User Group meeting at the Coordinate Metrology Systems Conference (CMSC) 2006. The meeting will be held on Tuesday afternoon, July 18, starting at 4 PM, at the Doubletree Hotel, located at the entrance to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. V-STARS users will join with GSI and their network of global representatives to get a first hand update on the latest innovations in photogrammetry and non-contact measurement. The featured speaker will be Mr. John D. Brown, president of Geodetic Systems, Inc., who will discuss technical advances in 3D digital imaging. GSI exclusively develops and markets the V-STARS photogrammetry systems used by manufacturers and scientists worldwide to capture high precision measurements in the most demanding settings (inside or outside), where variable conditions like vibration, movement and extreme temperatures are found.
CMSC 2006 (www.cmsc.org) is the only North American conference dedicated solely to those responsible for bringing the measurement and inspection of manufactured and assembled components to the factory floor. In addition to the User Group meeting, Geodetic Systems will feature their V-STARS product line in the sold-out CMSC Exhibitor Hall showcasing exhibitors who serve the technology needs of the industrial measurement marketplace. During this annual Conference for measurement professionals, GSI Users and its representatives will also present three industry white papers covering a range of photogrammetry applications.
V-STARS is the unrivalled solution for "portable" 3D coordinate measurement and inspection. The metrology system is used by diverse industries such as aerospace, automotive, shipbuilding, power generation, antennas and space hardware, and more. At the heart of V-STARS is the 8-megapixel INCA3 photogrammetric camera, which merges a proven ultra-high-resolution CCD sensor with a powerful, compact PC-based computer. The high precision camera is best suited for in-place measurement and inspection of large objects and assemblies.
What is Metrology? What is Photogrammetry?
The science of measurement is known as the field of metrology. Engineers, manufacturers, scientists, and quality control technicians utilize measurement technology in their own unique disciplines. Photogrammetry is a three-dimensional coordinate measuring technique that uses photographs as the fundamental medium for metrology. GSI offers the most comprehensive product line based on industrial photogrammetry in the marketplace.
About Geodetic Systems, Inc.
Geodetic Systems, Inc. (GSI) is an international supplier of industrial photogrammetry solutions for the industrial measurement/metrology marketplace. GSI develops and markets the V-STARS family of 3D coordinate measurement systems for users involved in measurement and inspection applications in diverse industries such as aerospace, power generation, automotive, and shipbuilding. INCA3, the company's flagship product, is a state-of-the-art digital photogrammetry camera with many progressive features. GSI distributes its products via a worldwide network of industry partners. Founded in 1977, the privately-held company is located in Melbourne, Florida. For more information, GSI can be reached at 321-724-6831 or visit their website at www.geodetic.com.
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