Scan Data for Kelly Cone Lab at RTC 2014

BREAKING NEWS! Kelly Cone’s RTC scan data for RTC lab

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dropbox_image  “AAM Scan Data for Kelly Cone Lab at RTC 2014″ 

See you at the Australasian Revit Technology Conference!

As a valued client and industry partner, AAM are pleased to advise that we supporting this year’s Revit Technology Conference at Albert Park this week. Our High Definition Survey (HDS) Managers Thomas Werner and Matt Rumbelow will be on site to answer any of your questions on AAM’s full range of surveying, scanning services and SCAN-for-BIM support.

AAM is proud to be the official stationery sponsor for this year’s RTC and are looking forward to seeing these put to good use during the conference!  We have also provided HDS scan data for Kelly Cone’s presentation and demonstration labs (Laser Scanning to BIM: Getting From Dots to Plots).

If you are attending the RTC this week, get along to see SCAN-for-BIM in action, and don’t forget to follow AAM’s twitter and HDS web site for more RTC updates.

As a leading spatial information technology provider, AAM serve their local and international clients utilising the latest in reality capture equipment and technologies including:

• High Definition Survey
• Building Information Modelling
• Mapping
• Asset information
• Geographic Information System (GIS) projects and location-based services

With almost 500 geospatial professionals and a fleet of Terrestrial Laser Scanners, Mobile Laser Scanning Systems, custom land survey and aerial equipment which operates across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and Africa, there is no project too far or too complex.

When: 29 – 31 May 2014

Where: Pullman Melbourne Albert Park

Event Information

Kind Regards,

Matt Rumbelow | High-Definition Surveying

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