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A Decade Without Cords

Automated Precision heralds its wireless tracker's first ten years


Rockville, Maryland's Automated Precision, Inc. (API Metrology), a specialist in metrology solutions, proudly marks a decade of its wireless Laser Tracker and probe combo, which has gained traction in the industry. With what it considers "a relentless commitment to innovation," API has become one of the leaders in the field of metrology since its wireless inception in 2013 (the company as a whole has been around for more than 30 years).


API has prided itself on innovation during that time period. Founded on the first prototype of the Laser Tracker, API has carried forward its mission of pioneering advancements, exemplified by the laser interferometer for 6DoF Machine Tool Calibration and Dynamic 9D LADAR for high-speed non-contact scanning. By actively listening to their customers and considering their real-world challenges, API says it has developed "faster, more portable trackers, intelligent targets and probes, and highly efficient handheld scanners." This customer-centric approach has fueled their drive to innovate and revolutionize the metrology industry.


In 2013, API unveiled what is considered by many to be the industry's first wireless tracker and probe combo, the OmniTrac and vProbe.


Since then, the company has achieved notable advancements in areas such as battery life, measuring speed, probe tip recognition, target recapture, and more. These ongoing enhancements have culminated in the creation of the Radian Plus and vProbe.


"API's 10-year journey in wireless metrology stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction," said Kam Lau, CEO of Automated Precision, Inc. "Our relentless pursuit of pushing the boundaries in metrology has made our wireless tracker and probe combination a game-changer across industries worldwide. We eagerly anticipate continuing our legacy of excellence in the years ahead."


As API celebrates a decade of wireless metrology excellence, the company says it remains devoted to empowering manufacturers with metrology solutions that drive efficiency, accuracy, and productivity, and has also brought back popular bundles of Radian Plus and vProbe at their lowest prices ever.

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