Laser Mapping The Future of Glass Furnaces

May 07, 2020 / In the News, Products

“Laser scanning technology can be leveraged to inform in-process decision-making, based on production data in conjunction with laser mapping data. Post-construction scanning, in-use monitoring, and end-of-campaign inspections can each serve valuable data collection functions, but incorporating all three applications is likely to provide the greatest return on investment.”

Click here to read the full article written by Corey Forster, Sr. Application Engineer, recently published in the May/June issue of Glass Worldwide.


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