LAKE MARY, Fla., Aug. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FARO Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: FARO), the world's leading provider of portable measurement and imaging solutions, announces that it will host its annual 3D Documentation Conference at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort in Orlando, FL., October 16-18, 2013. Building on the success from last year's event, the 2013 conference will offer laser scanning professionals a platform to exchange ideas, discuss emerging technologies and participate in cooperative workshops. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110415/MM84316LOGO ) "The 3D Documentation Conference affords professionals the opportunity to learn from others, both in similar as well as diverse industries, and to share best practices and knowledge with experts," said Pete Edmonds, Vice President of Sales, Americas. "FARO is pleased to be able to offer this conference to such a diverse audience and trust that all attendees will leave with new knowledge in laser scanning to bring back to their businesses." This 2013 FARO 3D Documentation Conference will feature keynote addresses by renowned professionals, power speeches by industry experts, and exclusive networking opportunities. At the same time, there will also be an exhibition where 3D technology and solution providers will showcase their products and services to existing and potential customers, as well as business partners. FARO welcomes participants from a variety of sectors such as Accident Reconstruction, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Facilities Management, Forensics, Surveying, and many others. For more information about the 2013 FARO 3D Documentation Conference 2013, visit www.3dconference2013.com. A link is also available on the http://www.faro.com homepage. Exhibition and sponsorship opportunities are also available for this conference. About FARO FARO develops and markets computer-aided coordinate measurement devices and software. Portable equipment from FARO permits high-precision 3D measurement and comparison of parts and compound structures within production and quality assurance processes. The devices are used for inspecting components and assemblies, production planning, inventory documentation, as well as for investigation and reconstruction of accident sites or crime scenes.