#YouTube “Metrology for Digital Transformation Workshop on DCC– Applications and future developments”

Metrology for Digital Transformation Workshop “DCC– Applications and future developments” Digital transformation is the process of using digital technologies to create new or modify existing business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet changing business and market requirements. This reimagining of business in the digital age is digital transformation. Digital transformation creates new possibilities for your organization with innovative products and services, better ways of working, and nimble organizational models. Often, digital transformation fails because organizations focus solely on technology—and do not pay as much attention to people and processes.

As the APMP Developing Economies’ Committee (DEC) is responsible for initiating and coordinating work programs to address the needs of APMP member Developing Economy NMIs (DENs), working together with other APMP bodies/Committees as appropriate. It is the objective of the Future Proofing Taskforce to support DENs to adapt, adopt and engage in new technologies in order to

• Improve their ability to address customers’ needs using new technologies applied to metrology services;
• Increase societal benefits through access and use of advances in metrology;
• Increase their ability to support their stakeholders through access to external capabilities (including traceability to the re-defined SI) and services that are fit-for-purpose in the changing external environment of technological and industrial innovation.

This project will seek for supports and expertise from PTB on strategic planning of metrology for digital transformation. This project is proposed to provide a broader view for NMIs to determine our role for the digitalization of the economy and society. It will involve knowledge transfer and experience sharing with APMP DEC members.

The digitalization of metrology poses a challenge to all members of the metrology community. Conventional calibration certificates could soon be a thing of the past. Metrology institutes and calibration laboratories worldwide could in future use “digital calibration certificates” (DCC) instead of analog versions. Above all, machine readability would significantly support manufacturing and quality monitoring processes, where digitalization is becoming increasingly prevalent. The aim is to develop universal exchange formats throughout the metrology sector.

The aim of this workshop is to provide an overview of the prototype digital calibration certificate. The role of calibration certificates will be explained and the differences between paper-based and digital calibration certificates will be described. All specifications of the digital calibration certificate; security aspects; will be discussed.

Project aims and the target group:
1. Participants gain a comprehensive overview of the digital transformation and how metrology can make contribution to the need of country due to digital transformation.
2. Participants could contribute knowledge they gain from workshop to deploy digital technology to improve their capabilities and to the further development to their country.

International Relations Offices: Dr.Natthaphon Jarat and Ms.Thanakporn Nonthachart
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