SPAR 3D Expo & Conference 2017

Date
2017-04-11 - 2017-04-14
Exhibitors
0
Event contact title
Sales Manager
Event contact first name
Leslie
Event contact last name
Rosa
Email
LRosa@divcom.com
Event contact telephone number
207-842-5443
Fax
207-842-5503
Notes
Venue: Marriott Marquis Houston 1777 Walker Street Houston, TX 77010
Description
For close to two decades, SPAR 3D has been the premier international event for the application of 3D technology in industry. The surge in 3D innovation and commercial growth is literally changing the way professionals work across multiple industries, from AEC to asset management, mapping to manufacturing, insurance to infrastructure, process to power, civil engineering to surveying, and more.
Attendee information
SPAR 3D Expo & Conference is focused on technology considerations for 3D measurement and imaging. It’s where you’ll get answers to these key questions: Which 3D capture, processing, and visualization tools should you use for specific project applications? Which tools will meet your needs for accuracy while staying within cost limitations? What are the best methods for processing and managing large data sets? How can you best share 3D information across the web with many stakeholders? For more information on attending, including group discounts, contact: Laura Hernandez, Attendee Sales Email: lhernandez@divcom.com Tel: 207.842.5463
Exhibitor information
Learn more: Connect with Decision-Makers Seeking 3D Data Capture, Processing and Visualization Tools At SPAR3D you’ll have direct access to more than 1000 top-level buyers, influencers, and end-users from process & power, civil infrastructure, construction, surveying & mapping, oil & gas, mining, law enforcement and security. To learn how exhibiting at SPAR International can help you achieve your business goals, please contact: Leslie Rosa, Sales Manager Email: LRosa@divcom.com Tel: + 207-842-5443

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