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Strong Impressions at Hexagon 2011

June 28, 2011
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Hexagon 2011 took place earlier this month in Orlando, FL, and it was quite impressive. Not for its location (to me, Mickey Mouse is a simply a six-foot rodent), but for the conference itself. The company’s Tuesday-morning Keynote address rivaled those of Steve Jobs in technology, glitz and content. The host of metrology sessions featured not only presentations from Hexagon’s product managers, but also insights from end-users and how they are using Hexagon’s technology to get the job done. Most noteably-and crowded-was Hendrick Motorsports presentation on how it uses Romer Arm technology to stay on top of, and ahead of, NASCAR rules on body and engine design. Were you at Hexagon 2011? Let us know what you think.
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