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API Reaches Long-Term Agreement With New River Kinematics

Published: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 15:22

(API: Rockville, MD) -- Automated Precision Inc. (API) has reached a long-term agreement with software provider New River Kinematics. As a result of this agreement, API trackers, such as the Radian, will continue to work with NRK’s SpatialAnalyzer software.

API’s laser trackers are designed to work with a range of software providers, and SpatialAnalyzer (SA) has been one of the most popular with customers. NRK designed SpatialAnalyzer to be a versatile metrology software package used in manufacturing settings in the aerospace, shipbuilding, automotive, energy, and satellite industries for both advanced and day-to-day precise measurement and reporting applications.

For years, the combination of the metrology industry’s leading hardware and software providers has provided customers with convenient and innovative metrology solutions.

“We are pleased to reach a new long-term agreement with NRK,” says API’s chief operating officer, Joe Bioty. “We’ve been using SA for a decade because of its ability to enhance our hardware and offer greater value to our customers around the globe.”

“We’ve had an outstanding partnership with API for many years and look forward to continuing that relationship for years to come,” says NRK’s president Paul Collins. “NRK is committed to the continued support of all portable metrology instruments.”

For more information, contact Andrew Martel, manager of marketing and communications, API North America, at (800) 537–2720 or marketing@apisensor.com.

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Founded in 1987 by Kam Lau, Automated Precision Inc. (API) is the inventor and original patent holder on the first laser tracker systems. API develops and manufactures laser trackers; portable coordinate measuring machines (CMMs); laser tracker accessories, which include probes, sensors, targets, cameras, SMRs, and scale bars; and machine tool calibration products. API Technical Services include contract measurement equipment rental, onsite laser tracker calibrations, machine tool error mapping, machine tool alignment, and training for 3-D measurement systems and analysis software. With its world headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, API has offices in China, Germany, and India.