Laser Technology, Inc. Explains the Truth about Pulse Laser Technology in Upcoming Webcast

by kharrold 23. October 2013 16:03

Learn the truth about how pulse laser measurement technology really works as Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) addresses the most common questions and misconceptions in the upcoming webcast November 12, 2013 at 10 am (MST).

Tom Girmann, Laser Technology's Sensor Product Manager and Ray Boyd, Laser Technology's Field Application Engineer, will be co-hosting this online event. The webcast will breakdown the basics of laser terminology including wavelength, frequency, and pulse rate, explain how lasers measure distance and cover the basics mechanics of sensors.

The Truth about Pulse Laser Technology Webcast will discuss the fact that our sensors are a multi-field solution and how LTI laser sensors can detect, count, trigger, map, profile, scan, and guide as well as verify levels, proximities and distances to practically anything you can think of.

Tom and Ray will highlight how LTI's laser sensors are ideal for many specific applications in Plant Management and Automation, Security and Surveillance and Vehicle Guidance and Automation and how pulse laser technology is solving measurement problems for tens of thousands of professionals all over the world.

From bin level measurements to collision avoidance and event triggering, non-contact distance measurements provide a major advantage over other alternatives. After realizing the fundamentals of pulse lasers and its key strengths and weaknesses, attendees can determine if it's a viable solution to their specific problem.

Webinar recorded on:
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
10:00 am (MST)

Read more about LTI's Laser Sensors or contact LTI or a local authorized dealer about a live demonstration.



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