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Registration for the LFM User Meeting is now open

Date added: 1st Mar 2012

Registration for the LFM User Meeting is now open

Registration for the LFM User Meeting | USA 2012 is officially open !

If you are attending SPAR International, then Register Now for the LFM User Meeting which takes place the next day at the same venue - Woodlands Marriott Hotel, Houston, TX.

Join our LFM experts for this worthwhile day of live demonstrations of the LFM suite and an opportunity for users to exchange ideas and give their feedback to the LFM team.

More information about this event can be found on the LFM website by clicking here.

On the website you will also be able to find out more about:


•        Why you should attend

•        What past participants thought

•        What the Agenda is

There is no registration fee for this User Meeting.

 

“The LFM User Meeting is a forum for users to Learn, Feedback and Meet”, comments Gary Farrow, VP 3D Data Capture Business Management, LFM Software. “It provides new customers from a range of backgrounds and industries, with a valuable opportunity to learn about the innovative new 3D laser scanning solutions that LFM can offer.  Participants will gain insight into best practices and learn about advanced new features of LFM, designed to improve efficiency and productivity in the field”.

The agenda also includes:

·      Les Elby - VP Business Strategy, AVEVA, explaining AVEVA’srecent acquisition of LFM Software.

·    Graham Dalton - VP 3D Data Capture Product Management  LFM Software giving an LFM overview and demonstrating to attendees how users feedback has been implemented in the new software release.

·     Neil Cocker - Team Lead, LFM Software, presenting the most significant changes to the LFM suite and the key aspects of the latest release of LFM.

 

We look forward to seeing you all in Houston

The LFM Team

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