Date(s) - November 22 2023
9:30am - 4:30pm
Reach, Riverside Court, Pride Park, Derby
CoMech invites you to their exclusive MiniProf workshop event
Next week we’re running a MiniProf workshop day in Derby with experts from Greenwood Engineering and the team from CoMech.
If you’ve not booked already here’s 3 reasons to get you excited for a day jam packed full of MiniProf measuring!
- Launching of the MiniProf Wheel and Back-to-Back Wheel; the first time it will have ever been seen here in the UK
- The chance to hear about a brand new MiniProf – Even more measurements in one go from the Greenwood team
- Breakfast AND lunch is served plus it’s free of charge to attend
Whether you are an existing MiniProf user or looking to purchase MiniProf software and hardware you’ll be sure to gain lots of insight and information from this day.
What will the day’s format be?
Arrive at the conference centre for a leisurely coffee and light breakfast between 9 and 9.30am
Meet the MiniProf experts and hear about the different types of systems available and their uses before they move on to talk about best practice with how to measure on MiniProf.
You’ll get an introduction to MiniProf Switch and Crossing, have a session on Envision and Criterion Software Tips and tricks; including an introduction to all the software features including Analysing measurements, trend analysis and batch processing.
Network Rail will be there to talk about how they use the MiniProf system.
Lunch will be served during the day, there will be lots of time for Q&As as that’s the point of the workshop and the CoMech team on hand to talk about the calibration and maintenance service we offer.
We expect the event to close at around 4.30pm.
Reach Events will be hosting us at their venue on Pride Park which is close the the railway station for those coming in by train or there’s lots of free parking for those driving (postcode DE24 8HY)
To book via the Eventbrite link click here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/miniprof-open-day-tickets-744415114647?aff=oddtdtcreator