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The growing big data analytics market and increasing demand for inspection services from precision manufacturing drive the growth of industrial metrology market. Moreover, the use of 2D metrology products for dimensioning and inspection applications also contributes to the growth of the market for hardware. In the February 2019 issue of International Metalworking News for Asia, you will findseveral articles that tackle industrial metrology. Coming in with his own expertise of over 35 years, Taveesak Srisuntisuk has brought Hexagon Metrology (Thailand) Ltd on to the next level. With his role as General Manager of the AEC & Pacific region for Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, Taveesak is poised to bring much bigger focus on solutions and everything that requires delivering market intelligence to customers in this region. Optical Gaging Products’ response to Industry 4.0 is to offer model based enterprise software that really treats the CAD model - the original design of the part - as the central repository of all data about that part. Its dimensions, tolerances, as well as measurement results from production. Tim Sladden, OGP, Vice President Operations- Asia shared about KOTEM EVOLVE Suite, a metrology data integrated with CAM systems for programming machine tools and making process adjustments in rapid fashion. Meanwhile, Hendrie Viktor, Regional Director of ZEISS South East Asia uncorked a small geyser of news with ZEISS’s multi-sensor measuring machine, the ZEISS O-INSPECT with chromatic white light sensor called the ZEISS DotScan, demonstrated for the first time with an integrated rotary table in Metalex Bangkok.

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