September 07 - September 09, 2021
Convention center in Chassieu, France
The International Metrology Congress will be held 7-9 September in Lyon (France), in partnership with Measurement World exhibition and on the same dates and location as Global Industrie exhibition.
The Congress is dedicated to the best industrial practices, and advances in R&D applied to measurements, analysis and testing processes: this unique meeting is the meeting between science, industry and institutional organisations of metrology.
This year marks the 20th event in this tremendous series, and it includes more than ever currents trends and a sneak preview into future innovations.
The three tracks represent the global grand challenges.
The metrology community supports the development of solutions for these challenges, in particular by ensuring that we can trust in measurements! »
Sascha Eichtaedt, PTB (Germany) and Daniel Jullien, Digiplant Consulting (France),
co-chairs of the CIM2021
What’s new ?
Industry 4.0, Green Deal et Health : the three main tracks for 2021
The CIM2021 will also be an opportunity for new experiences with a hybrid part, videos and live presentations will be available on a dedicated platform
The Metrology Village in the heart of Measurement World and for the first time associated to Global industrie. The topics linked to Industry 4.0 are common. The exhibition gives new opportunities to meet professionals and develops solutions.
The International Metrology Congress includes 200 technical presentations and 6 Round Tables :
This is the opportunity to discover recent advances in various technical fields:
mechanics, electromagnetism, flow, temperature, photonics, chemistry, biology but also data, AI, statistics, quantum technologies…
And their implication in the key applications, also in the measurement process: quality, accreditation, conformity and risks, cost optimisation
The topics developed during the Round Table session will be :
Metrology in the digital age
The role of Metrology and Quality infrastructures in the transition to Industry 4.0
Shopfloor measurement challenges
Trust in health measurement: new challenges
Industry emissions: metrology support to achieve the new requirements
New skills for the future of metrology
The repartition of the participants is:
70% of industrial end-users from all sectors and from laboratories
30% organisations, academics and researchers
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