HBM Academy: Your path to successful measurement results
The HBM Academy seminars offer trainings from skilled measurement technicians that guide you to determine the right result: from the selection and installation of the sensor system, the safe measurement data acquisition, to the evaluation of your results.
- Free seminars & workshops in which we highlight the most important "basics" of measurement technology to obtain reliable results (i.e. strain gauge installation, torque measurement, weighing technology).
- Training classes for the use of the entire measurement chain from sensor to software, and on complex measurement setups.
More than 95 percent of our seminar participants recommend us!
Seminar topics designed for measurement engineers and users of measurement technology.
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Get useful information on new measurement technologies as well as tips for your application from our free live and on-demand webinars. See all webinar topics and dates here.
Upcoming Seminars in the US
HBM on Tour 2018: Electric Power & Motor Fundamentals
HBM on Tour in 2018 will host a series of free seminars on "Electric Power and Motor Fundamentals". Learn the fundamentals of electric power and magnetics, discuss bet practices for making dynamic motor measurements, and more! Live demonstrations and analysis will also be included.
HBM Academy Seminars and Trainings
Learning, practicing and understanding: The HBM Academy offers seminars and trainings for all knowledge levels from beginner to measurement application professional.
"The training I attended was a good mix of presentation and hands-on applications. Afterwards, I was able to setup an actual data collection system and step through the process of acquiring data. I even carried my training materials with me to the field and used them several times while performing system setup and testing."
"Very good - as a relatively new Genesis and Perception user, it was great to get a comprehensive view of all of the features and capabilities, as well as how others are using them."
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers