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The origins of our company were set up at the Warsaw University of Technology. That’s why we feel obliged to support educational institutions. We know the difficult process of purchasing new equipment. We can face the needs of every educational unit, adapting our product to their requirements.

We provide individual service for each customer. Progress and upgrade for our every existing device and scanner. As a producer of those unique systems, devices, and scanners we provide support and service in our customers' headquarters.

SMARTTECH SDK – helping individual research projects

Staying open for cooperation with Universities and Research Centers. SMARTTECH supports individual science projects whereSMARTTECH3D scanning technologies are being used by supplying with dedicated features SDK package. Scientists can use it in their software designed for a specified application. On every step – from installation to everyday usage – they can rely on essential and technical support.


New 3D scanning LAB at University of Warsaw under SMARTTECH3D EDU program – 02.10.2015

Friday 2’nd October 2015 in main building of University of Warsaw, where Institute of Archeology is located, under the SMARTTECH 3D EDU program new 3D scanning lab was officially opened. SMARTTECH supplied archeological lab with 10 new computers with installed software, that allows to provide 3D scanning and advanced data post-processing. Thanks to a bigger number of workstations for virtual researches, every student will have the possibility to work on his own with the 3D scanning results. Within SMARTTECH 3D EDU program we were able to upgrade on special conditions, their 3D measurement systems that were bought almost six years ago.

​Thanks to our cooperation within SMARTTECH3D EDU program, this workshop became a place to educate young archeologists in 3 Dimensional documentation, SMARTTECH, on the other hand, gained another place where all interested in 3D scanning technologies people, will be able to become familiar with it.

Opening the Lab is also the way of presenting SMARTTECH’s care, about new students by allowing them to learn to innovate methods of preservation and researches.

During opening SMARTTECH’s Managing Director Mrs. Anna Gebarska and University's Department of History, represented by Dean Prof. dr, Elżbieta Zybert, signed the agreement of cooperation, which is the result of a 5-year partnership in the 3D scanning field.

Since 2010, when Institute of Archeology bought their first 3D scanners, SMARTTECH specialists support archeologists from the University of Warsaw in 3D scanning processes. How prof. dr. hab Wojciech Nowakowski underlines – 3D scanners becomes a more and more common tool for young researchers, that gives to possibilities, which were unreachable thinking of traditional methods. Prof. Elżbieta Zybert adds: Signing this agreement is a perfect example of how, to sum up, long term collaboration and get equal profits of such partnership.

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Opening the Regional Innovate Technologies Transfer Center mechatronics workshop – 20.10.2014

SMARTTECH supplied the Regional Innovate Technologies Transfer Center mechatronics workshop (Southern Poland) in Łańcut with the latest metrology technologies worth 300 000 Euros in Łańcut.

The regional center of innovating technologies transfer is one of the biggest and the most prestigious educational units in Poland. Dedicated to showing high school students as well as adults, the theory and practice of modern ways in Industrial design, quality control, and production. Value of whole investment is estimated at more than 3 million Euros.

In Łańcut we always put lots of interests in educating young people, however just now we were able to create such place, where our pupils can prepare themselves for different industrial sectors – says Mr. Józef Skomra – director of District Centre of Practical Education and Vocational Education named after Felicjan Dzierżanowski

In the Center, it was opened over 10 workshops, with the top class hardware and software. SMARTTECH supplied the workshop of mechatronics, which, similarly to all others, is of great interest of all users and students.

The workshop offers SMARTTECH 3D scanner Dual Volume, 3D printer, large format scanners, plotters, engraving machines, microscope for analysis of integrated circuits, as well as computer stations and specialized software.

SMARTTECH won this tender beating its competition by the quality of offered products and their price. The total value of the tender was 300 000 Euros. (1,2 mln Polish zlotys)

Except for supplying all hardware & software, SMARTTECH provided professional training. Citing Mr. Dariusz Musz – keeper of Mechatronics workshop – From my point of view, it helped us to become familiar with all new technologies, and allowed us to use it immediately. One of the most interesting sets in our workshop is 3D scanner and 3D printer thanks to which we can provide all important activities of rapid prototyping and reverse engineering.


New optical technologies on Ghent’s University – Department of Archeology – 27.04.2015r

We would like to proudly announce the beginning of a partnership with the Archeology Department of University in Ghent, Belgium, where our 3D scanner is used for archeology researches and documentation. The capability of our device will help scientists to explore unknown fields of archaeometry methods.

Certified accuracy of 3D scanner will prove the researches results of scientists from Ghent University. One of their plans is to scan relics and repeat it after the next 20 years to see how they were changed in a lifetime. Based on these results they will be able to calculate how the objects were changed in their lifetime and simulate how they could look like as they were made.

Under cooperation program between SMARTTECH and Educational Units Department of Archeology in Ghent became also the referential point where all interested people can make an appointment and get to know 3D scanning technology on the University. SMARTTECH Educational program for scientists helps to exchange the research results, participate in conferences, events, and excavations.

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New optical technologies on the Cracow University of Technology  – 07.04.2014r.

7’th of April we had officially opened 3D scanning workshop in Laboratory of Metrology on Cracow Unversity of Technology. The Workshop was equipped with the newest SMARTTECH 3D scanner scan3D DUAL VOLUME. Thanks to the agreement of cooperation between the company and the Mechanical Department of University. It is an exhibition of mutual care about students education on the most advanced Polish technology. As it was highlighted by prof. George A. Sladek and SMARTTECH Managing Director Mrs. Anna Gebarska – such a strong partnership between manufacturer and Laboratory will bring benefits both of them, for University concerning the quality of teaching and SMARTTECH thinking about development. Such collaboration means for both units better adaptation to the market and increases future opportunities for developing research projects and implementation.


SEMINARS – Introduction to 3D scanning technology 9.11.2015 – 13.11.2015

Almost 100 delegates arrived at 3D scanning seminars and MICRON3D green presentation.

Among participants, we hosted lecturers and researchers from many different Universities from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore as well as automotive companies, delegates from technology institutes, CNC Machine operators, and many many more.

3D scanning technology allows to gather the accurate documentation about scanned object easily and rapid as well as provide the complex quality inspection.

South-Eastern Asian markets require new technologies to become more competitive in the worldwide market. The potential lays not only in already existing companies but also in their ideas that grow on Universities. Students are taking parts in many international projects where 3D scanner may play a significant role.

Seminars were held in Malaysian-Japanese Institute of technology a place that breeds the most talented graduates and sits on a very privileged place in Asian Education System.