LiDAR COMEX 2022 – April 5 and 6 – Free Registration

Inviting 3D Reality Capture Professionals

To Attend

LiDAR COMEX 2022 – April 5 and 6 – Free Registration


Hampton, NH and Ottawa, Canada – March 14, 2022 – Welcome 3D reality capture professionals. We have important news –  LiDAR COMEX 2022 is in three weeks.

By registering for this free and unique online event you will hear from key industry vendors regarding their innovative laser scanning and lidar hardware/software products and services. 

Even if you can’t attend, if you register, we will send you a link to the recording.

LiDAR COMEX 2022 is a highly focused, business–to-business product expo connecting 3D reality capture professionals with some of the leading lidar and laser scanning technology vendors from around the world, including NavVis, Emesent, Cansel, FARO and others.

The first day will be a series of high impact, 30 – minute ZOOM webinars with Q and A. 

The first day will conclude with an outstanding panel discussion featuring some of the true 3D laser scanning industry innovators, including Michael Raphael, CEO of Direct Dimensions, John Russo, CEO of ARC and USIBD, Dennis Hirota, CEO of Sam O. Hirota and Platinum Sponsor, Marek Koltun from NavVis.  The topic is “Challenging 3D Laser Scanning Projects – Best Practices and Lessons Learned.”

The second day will feature more in-depth, deep dive workshops from industry leaders including RIEGL, Cintoo, TopoDOT and others. Please note, a separate registration is required for each workshop.

Please take a few moments to register at by clicking HERE. We look forward to your participation at this high value, online reality capture industry event.

Thank you.

If you have questions please contact Gene V. Roe – mailto:gene.roe@lidarnews.comJ or Jonathon Murphy – 

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