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HEXAGON METROLOGY SAS

32 AVENUE DE LA BALTIQUE
91978 COURTABOUEF CEDEX
France

While specific industries have their own unique challenges and motivations, productivity is central to manufacturing success across the board. Today, continuously improving productivity is essential for competitive success.

At Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, we work with our customers to improve productivity by embedding quality throughout the product lifecycle.

Our technology enables manufacturers to take control of quality at all the key stages of their process. Through an unparalleled portfolio of digital manufacturing technologies spanning CAE solutions for design and engineering, CAD CAM and complementary software for production applications, metrology hardware and software solutions, as well as data management and analytics tools, we empower technology users throughout the process with deep and actionable insight into product quality, ensuring that quality drives productivity.

Together, our software solutions create a digital thread throughout the manufacturing process, enabling the entire factory to take a holistic view of quality and work together with speed and confidence to achieve the desired outcome. Our hardware solutions use metrology to bring real-world physical attributes to the digital thread to improve the accuracy of operations. The digital thread ties together a connected ecosystem for manufacturing and, with the addition of domain expertise and intelligence, enables continuous learning to improve product quality. By placing quality at the heart of the process, we are developing Autonomous Connected Ecosystems for manufacturing – more typically referred to as Smart Factories.

Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) is about ensuring that aircraft are safe to fly. MRO operations involve regularly scheduled line and base maintenance activities, including structural inspection tasks.