GOM Conference 2010

GOM Conference 2010 sets new milestones in optical metrology.

The 9th international GOM Conference - Optical Metrology 2010 took place from the 20th - 23rd September at the GOM headquarters in Braunschweig, Germany. The Conference welcomed over 500 visitors from more than 40 countries and the conference continues to be an annual high light within the area of optical metrology.

Optical Metrology is a unique event in bringing industry leaders together. The conference offers a platform for managers, metrologists, technology and research experts to exchange application experiences.

GOM proudly presented new milestones in form and dimension control including the new ATOS Triple Scan sensor generation, the parametric inspection software package GOM Inspect Professional and the newest concepts for automated inspection cell.

This years conference also offered visitors an insight into the use of GOM systems in industrial process chains and the integration of GOM system in finite element analysis and simulation, in particular in the area of deformation measurement for material and component testing as well as 3D motion analysis.

We would like to thank all participants and special thank you to the individual speakers for their informative presentations and exchange of experiences about the use of optical metrology for the reduction of development times, improvement of process safety and optimising production processes.

We look forward to welcoming interested managers, project leaders and metrologists from quality control, product development, deformation and material testing fields to the next international GOM Conference.

September 22, 2010

Session 1: Casting Industry

  • GOM, Germany
    GOMs Vision for Optical Metrology.
  • Lovink Technocast, Netherlands
    Meyboom
    Improving complex lost foam casting processes.
  • Georg Fischer, Germany
    Buchholz
    Monitoring of industrial molding and casting processes.
  • GOM, Germany
    ATOS Triple Scan.

Session 2: Automotive / Sheet Metal

  • Adam Opel, Germany
    Oppermann
    Acceleration of automotive design processes at GME.
  • TATA Motors, India
    Purohit
    Cubing & Prototype verification using ATOS.
  • BMW Swindon, United Kingdom
    Titcombe
    BMW Mini, Measurement efficiency in single panel inspection.
  • BMW, Germany
    Kerscher
    Final car inspection with ATOS XL.
  • GOM, Germany
    ATOS Inspection Cell: 3D Metrology Close to Production.

September 23, 2010

Session 3: Injection Molding / Plastic Components

  • Motorola, USA
    Spanoudis
    Automatic Measurement and Inspection with ATOS MCS for Product Development Parts at Motorola.
  • Robert Bosch Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
    Kopacka
    First Article inspection with ATOS at Robert Bosch Ceske Budejovice.
  • BJB GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
    Vielberg
    Inspecting CT-data with GOM Inspect Professional.
  • GOM, Germany
    GOM Inspect Professional - The Parametric Inspection Software.

Session 4: Aerospace / Blades

  • Uni Dresden, Germany
    Heinze
    Probabilistic investigations of compressor blade characteristics considering geometric production scatter.
  • SNECMA-Bordeaux, France
    Darriet
    Industrial measurement of CMC engine blades.
  • Airbus Operations Getafe, Spain
    Giehler
    Virtual inspection of A320 horizontal tail planes with TRITOP.

September 20, 2010

Session 1: Sheet Metal & Tooling

  • GOM, Germany
    GOMs Metrology Solutions for complete Process Chains.
  • PSA/ENS Cachan, France
    Guillon
    Stamping tools deformation during process.
  • Universität Hannover, IFUM, Germany
    Salfeld
    Determination of process machine interactions in sheet metal forming using optical measuring
    system PONTOS.
  • IFU Stuttgart/Audi, Germany
    Held, Sindel, Liewald
    Novel testing device for characterisation of edge-crack sensitivity using ARAMIS.
  • DTU mechanical Engineering, Denmark
    Eriksen
    Implementation of digital image correlation in medium speed tensile testing of metals and composites.
    GOM, Germany
  • GOM, Germany
    Advances and New Developments.

Session 2: Component Testing I

  • BMW, Germany
    Schlott
    Stiffness analysis in automotive structures using TRITOP.
  • Volkswagen, Germany
    Raguse
    Pedestrian protection tests: Cost reduction using automated photogrammetric analysis.
  • Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Dear
    DIC applied to engineering structures.
  • VZLU, Czech Republic
    Kadlec, Kafka, Ružek, Volek
    Optical measurement of an adhesively bonded composite flap-track beam.
  • GOM, Germany
    Finite Element Optimization with Optical Metrology.

September 21, 2010

Session 3: Material Testing

  • ITA, Germany
    Kruse
    Determination of draping characteristics of carbon and glass fiber textiles using Argus.
  • Audi, Germany
    Hecht
    Validation of sheet metal materials by forming analysis with automatic ARGUS measurement cell.
  • Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoffmechanik, Germany
    Hanke
    Strain rate control in biaxial cruciform-test on polymer foils through use of ARAMIS Real-Time Sensor.
  • FH Schmalkalden, Germany
    Bellair, Dietzel, Zimmermann
    Material parameter identification for forming process of veneer with ARAMIS - series measurement under different climatic conditions with fully-automatic postprocessing.
  • University of Bukarest, Romania
    Constantinescu, Miron, Apostol
    Recent developments of the researches on the behaviour of composite and ceramic materials using ARAMIS.

Session 4: Component Testing II

  • Universität Linz, Austria
    Major, Reiter
    Full-field strain analysis of polymeric materials and components.
  • Universität Dresden, Germany
    Ehlig, Jesse
    Material characterization of reinforced concrete components.
  • Trilion, USA
    Schmidt
    Don't Mess Up Your Messtechnik: Tips and Examples Plus New Biological Tissue Measurements.