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LFM User Meeting showcases the latest release of LFM Server

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Monday, March 3rd 2014
| 5 Avocado Court, Commerce Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1HW, England


Event will update LFM users on latest laser scanning strategies, including new mobile technologies Manchester,

- LFM Software Limited will be hosting their North American LFM User Meeting at the Hotel Sorella, Houston, Texas on Tuesday 4 March 2014. Delegates will see a demonstration of the latest release of LFM Server 4.2 and will gain insights into the most up-to-date laser scanning strategies.

The event will provide a valuable opportunity for new and existing LFM customers to learn about industry best practices and the innovative features of the new software. During the one-day meeting, LFM’s laser scanning experts will share the latest capabilities provided by LFM Server 4.2. Sessions will focus specifically on the production of deliverables and the developments for engineering users, and will cover the newest enhancements, including those to CAD links. LFM will also be revealing exciting advances being made using mobile technology and discussing the business opportunities that these will create.

“This year’s LFM User Meeting is a very exciting prospect,” said Bruce Douglas, Senior Vice-President, EDS Strategy & Marketing, AVEVA. “We have a packed agenda that will showcase our new LFM product features and enhancements, many of which have been developed as a direct result of feedback from delegates at our previous user meetings. The new mobile technology will also be introduced to our customers for the first time at the Houston meeting. We will demonstrate some very exciting advances, further enabling the ubiquitous use of laser scanning across a business to provide increased competitive advantage.

Registrations for this year’s event have far exceeded our expectations and we are anticipating excellent feedback.” Ends Media contact: Matthew Wren Senior Marketing Specialist LFM Software Limited Matt.wren@lfm-software.com Tel: +44 (0) 161 869 0457 Follow us on twitter @avevagroup Watch us on YouTube www.youtube.com/avevagroup

For customer stories read AVEVA World Magazine at www.aveva.com/Media-Centre/AWM About AVEVA AVEVA is a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries. For more than 45 years it has delivered business critical software solutions to owner operators, engineering contractors and shipbuilders around the world. For further information please visit www.aveva.com/ednotes.

About LFM

LFM Software improves project and operational efficiency with powerful 3D laser scanning software that can be used throughout the laser data and asset lifecycle. LFM solutions are hardware and software vendor neutral, accepting data from all 3D laser scanners and exporting to 3D integrated plant design systems, CAD and Review platforms. LFM Software is an AVEVA Group company. For more information please visit www.lfmsoftware.com.

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