GOM develops, produces and distributes software, machines and systems for industrial and automated 3D coordinate measuring technology and 3D testing based on latest research results and innovative technologies.
With more than 60 sites and an employee network of more than 1,000 metrology specialists, GOM guarantees professional advice as well as support and service to operators on-site in their local languages. In addition, GOM shares knowledge on processes and measurement technology in training courses, conferences and application-based workshops.
GOM has been developing measuring technology in Braunschweig since 1990. In the respective research and development departments, more than 100 engineers, mathematicians and scientists shape the measuring technology of the present and the future.
Today, more than 14,000 system installations improve product quality and accelerate product development and manufacturing processes for international companies in the automotive, aerospace and consumer goods industries, their suppliers as well as many research institutes and universities.
GOM offers various kinds of support. From phone and e-mail support to online support. Our support team provides answers to questions about the software and hardware as well as on customer applications and processes. The team is prepared to answer all questions related to aspects ranging from measurement data processing to evaluation.
Customers also benefit from our large online community. In the GOM Forum over 5,000 users discuss issues and exchange experiences with each other as well as with GOM experts.
GOM develops, produces and distributes optical metrology systems for the three-dimensional coordinate measurement and deformation measurement of components. The measuring systems are based on digital image processing and are used in product development and quality assurance, materials and component testing.
All over the world, companies within the automotive, aviation and space industries, their suppliers and various manufacturers of consumer goods as well as research facilities use the GOM systems.
ARAMIS combines digital image correlation with 3D point tracking. The system measures static and dynamic deformations of material specimens and components under mechanical or thermal load – non-contact and regardless of the material. [more …]