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Automated Precision Inc.


Omnitrac 2 Made Its U.S. Debut at CMSC 2013

Published: Thursday, August 15, 2013 - 14:22

(API: Rockville, MD) -- Automated Precision Inc. presented the North American debut of the Omnitrac 2, the world’s first completely wireless laser tracker, at the Coordinate Metrology Systems Conference (CMSC) held last month in San Diego.

In addition demonstrating the Omnitrac 2’s Absolute Distance Measurement (ADM) technology, the API staff demonstrated the I-360 handheld probe and scanner, as well as spherically mounted retroreflectors (SMRs) and related accessories. API also provided advanced demonstrations on the Radian laser interferometer tracker and its latest laser scanner, the IMAGER PRO C.

The Omnitrac 2 was unveiled to a global audience at the CONTROL fair in Stuttgart, Germany in May 2013. Since then, API has been demonstrating and taking orders for the battery-powered tracker, which has a built-in controller and the option of transferring data over WiFi.

For more Omnitrac 2 information, visit www.apisensor.com.


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Automated Precision Inc.

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.