CHANTILLY, VA-The InfinityQS User Group (IQSUG) will hold its second annual user conference-Infusion 2008, in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, October 19 to 22, 2008.The conference will feature presentations from
EAST LONGMEADOW, MA-Genesys Instruments Inc., a manufacturer of precision borescope systems for visual inspection, image capture and documentation, has changed its name to GenScope Inc. The new name is central
The distribution of machine vision software products of MVTec Software GmbH, Munich (Germany), in the UK and Ireland will be performed by MultiPix Imaging Ltd, Petersfield (UK). Furthermore, MultiPix will
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA-Initial quality in the automotive industry has improved significantly in 2008, with substantial gains demonstrated by nearly three-fourths of the 36 ranked manufacturers, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Initial Quality Study (IQS).
LAKE MARY, FL-Faro Technologies Inc., manufacturer of measurement hardware and software, announces that President and CEO Jay Freeland earned Ernst & Young’s 2008 Florida Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Technology category.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Exports have accounted for nearly half (46%) of the growth in the U.S. economy during the past year and are supported by a robust financing sector, according to panelists in a roundtable discussion hosted by NAM; its research, education and workforce affiliate, the Manufacturing Institute; and the ELFA.
CHICAGO-The WCBF will host the Third Annual Global Six Sigma and Business Improvement Summit & Industry Awards, to be held in Orlando, FL, October 14 to 17, 2008, at the Ramada Orlando Celebration Hotel and Convention Center.
MCLEAN, VA-April U.S. manufacturing technology consumption totaled $396.47 million, according to the Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT) and the American Machine Tool Distributors’ Association (AMTDA).
MAPLE GROVE, MN-Metrology provider Carl Zeiss has completed the MMZ-B Plus gantry coordinate measuring machine (CMM)-its largest CMM to date-for Lockheed Martin. The CMM was built to measure subassemblies of F-35 wings.