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"Standards for the evaluation of the uncertainty of coordinate measurements in industry" Manufacturing contributed €2.14 trillion to the GDP of EU countries in 2016. To continue its leadership in advanced manufacturing, the EU must ensure products are well characterised and accurately inspected for tolerance and quality. This is particularly the case for critical parts where functional failure could have catastrophic results, such as an aircraft failing due to a faulty turbine blade.

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New publications in Mathematical and Statistical Modelling in Metrology

Two presentations called “Uncertainty evaluation in coordinate metrology based on approximate models of CMM behaviour” and “EUCoM: Evaluating the Uncertainty in Coordinate Metrology” were been presented in the “Joint Workshop of itENBIS and INRIM Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Metrology”, the 30/05/2019 in Torino, Italy. Find more info in:

http://www.msmm2019.polito.it/

https://www.euramet.org/publications-media-centre/event/joint-workshop-of-itenbis-and-inrim-mathematical-and-statistical-methods-for-metrology/?L=0&cHash=e9b3dac0d980c46595a7dc84beccd050

M9 Meeting in Prague

The 5th and 6th March 2019, the Month 9 meeting from EUCoM project was held in Prague (Czech Republic), where the colleagues from CMI (Czech Metrology Institute), warmly welcomed the rest of the EUCoM partners in their facilities. During the two day meeting the advances in the different activities were presented by all the participants and several decisions about the upcoming tasks were taken. As a conclusion of the meeting, the progress of the project is considered correct and the tasks are being developed as expected.

 

EUCoM project now open to new Stakeholders

Would you like to become a Stakeholder of the Project? The EUCoM project is about helping industry in evaluating the uncertainty in coordinate measurements, and submitting viable methods to the competent ISO Working Group for possible intake in international standards. We value the opinion and advice of interested companies to maximise he project impact. For this reason, a Stakeholder Committee is established, with the goal of providing a forum for interested companies not part of the project consortium. Being a stakeholder in the committee also gives a front seat opportunity to keep informed on the most recent project developments. Committee members are invited to three short conference calls (about 2 h) on the occasion of periodical project meetings (tentatively on March 2019, November 2020 and March 2021) and to a attend a special meeting (in person or in a webinar) on the occasion of the midterm project meeting (tentatively on November 2019). They will also receive short communications about the progress of the project. There is no special commitment for being a Stakeholder in the Committee, apart from some due confidentiality. For this reason, Committee members are required to sign a letter of agreement ( link ) . We invite you to consider becoming a stakeholder of the project. Should you be interested, please manifest your intention to the following points of contacts: Adam Wójtowicz, GUM (Poland), a.wojtowicz@gum.gov.pl, tel. +48 22 581 9148 – Responsible for the constitution of the Stakeholder Committee. Alessandro Balsamo, INRIM (Italy), a.balsamo@inrim.it, tel. +39 011 3919.970 – Coordinator of the EUCoM project.

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