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MDL Launches Technical Services Division

  12/03/2012
A new Technical Services Division, the first to supply more than laser products, has been launched by eye-safe global laser measurement technology specialist, Measurement Devices Ltd (MDL). The division, which will operate globally but is based at MDL's headquarters in York, UK, will provide 3D laser measurement and consultancy services for specific projects and also undertake innovative assignments to demonstrate the pioneering capability of the company’s existing technology and new products as they become available.

 

 Mark Reid

MDL, led by managing director Elaine Ball, has appointed geomatics engineer, Mark Reid, 32, (image) as technical services manager in charge of developing the new division. Mark Reid has more than 11 years' Lidar and laser scanning industry experience and joins from Middle East engineering and technology business, Consolidated Gulf Company, Qatar, where he helped deliver some of the world’s largest laser-scanning-based turnkey engineering projects in the oil and gas sector.

 

He says that by accessing the Technical Services Division on an ad-hoc basis, customers will be able to call out specialists from MDL’s agents and distributors throughout the world to carry out assignments when they are required, without the need to invest in technology or train their own staff as operators.

 

 


Read more about:  LiDAR  3D  scanning 
Supplier: MDL, part of Renishaw plc

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