Latest webinar from HBM explains measuring in three dimensions

As multi-axis sensors become ever more popular in applications, such as medical equipment and robotics, to name but a few, HBM – a market leader in the field of test and measurement – is pleased to announce the date for its latest free webinar on measuring in 3 dimensions.

Taking place on June 29th 2017 at 9 am (GMT), ‘Measuring in 3 dimensions: Why you should consider choosing a multi-axis sensor as a space-saving alternative for your application?’ looks at the working principle of multi axis sensors and discusses the benefits.

The webinar will also discuss the impact of cross-talk, which is an unwanted and inherent phenomenon which occurs when one axis of a sensor is stressed with a single load.  Dirk Möller, Head of Product Management – Industrial Measurement Solutions at HBM offers practical guidance and explains how to minimise cross-talk effects, which can have a negative impact on measuring results.

Exclusively offered by the HBM Academy, this informative seminar has been designed to fit in with challenging time constraints which can often make attending relevant training courses difficult.  

Normally lasting a maximum of one hour, this webinar, can also be easily accessed at a later date or simply used as a refresher course.  As an added benefit, all registered attendees will receive a link to the webinar, via email, after the presentation.

All HBM webinars are free of charge and open to anyone.  Spaces are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Please reserve your spot by booking at the link www.hbm.com/en/3157/webinars

For further information, contact HBM on +44 (0) 20 8515 6000 or via email: info@uk.hbm.co.uk or visit the HBM website at www.hbm.com

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