4/4/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Hexagon Hosts Annual PC-DMIS User Group Meeting at HxGN Live

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This multi-day event provides users with a look at PC-DMIS 2019 R1 and what is behind the development curtain at Hexagon.

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Hexagon hosts its third annual PC-DMIS Users’ Group at HxGN LIVE 2019, June 11-14, 2019 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Participants will find continuing education tracks, product demonstrations, user feedback sessions and keynote presentations from industry leaders. Attendees will also have access to the HxGN Live cross-industry digital solutions conference including The Zone technology expo including recent technologies and more than 60 exhibiting sponsors.

The group meeting agenda is geared toward helping users perform their jobs better. There will be a GD&T training session presented in collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and ASME covering the GD&T standards. This will be followed by a training session where experts will discuss how these standards will impact the user and how they are used in the software. The content caters to the multi-dimensional needs of production managers, quality managers and quality engineers responsible for measurement strategies, programming and implementing standards. For a closer look at the track agenda, click here.

On Wednesday, users will get a first look at Inspire, the company’s metrology software focused on intuitive use and future-ready implementation. The development team will share their vision for the software and how its design fits into manufacturing operations. Another event exclusive for attendees is a session introducing Virtual Clamping, an idea utilizing technology to simplify the metrology process. The program will also include topics such as autonomous measurement routine creation, and improving decision making through collaboration and reporting.

Thursday will include a session covering the evolution of the measurement workflows and demonstrations of PC-DMIS 2019 R1. Attendees will also get a look of R2. The program rounds out with a session to look behind the scenes of Idea Center. In this presentation, attendees will see what features have been implemented, what is in the pipeline and how these ideas are used alongside product analytics to shape the software going forward.

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