Cooperation between Faro and Amberg Technologies

Laser Scanner Focus for
TMS Tunnelscan

Faro, one of the world’s leading providers of portable measuring and imaging equipment and Amberg Technologies, one of the world’s top providers of specialised system solutions for the geo-referenced collation and refining of constructional infrastructure information, have signed a cooperation agreement. As a result it will be possible in future to apply software packages of Amberg Technologies tunnel software TMS Tunnelscan combined with the new Faro Laser Scanner Focus3D efficiently and integrated for the tunnelling industry. The agreement takes immediate effect and is legally binding on a...

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