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About the Initiative

Measuring and calibration tools are used by manufacturers of almost any product.
The calibration world is governed by international QA standards, such as ISO 9001, GMP & GLP (EMA & FDA), ISO 17025, ILAC G8and others.
We live in an age when technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace. QA standards are revised in order to keep the field of calibration up to date.
One major noticeable change is a shift from working by "checklist" to use of a "risk based" method. This is testament of a new approach to ensuring that calibration and measuring tools are operational and conform to the requirements set by relevant QA standards.

The Beyond Metrology initiative is one designed to turn challenge, brought on by revisions of QA standards, into opportunity for all stakeholders havinganything to do with measuring and calibration equipment, i.e. manufacturers, customers, calibration labs, QA personnel, measuring and calibration too etc.

Sharing of information allows of extracting big data used by a powerful AI platform which is then able to provide precisepredictionsregarding future performance of a measuring or calibration tool. Such predictions are incorporated into detailed calibration reports, data from which is made available online to others.

We invite you to take part in an exciting initiative, one which all stakeholders in the field of measurement and calibration stand to benefit greatly from.
No matter which role you play in the field of measurement and calibration, we invite you to become a partner, share information and gain access to a new system where a vast volume of data is analyzed using highly advanced AI specially designed for the calibration world.

The insight generated through use of AI allows our partners to make informed decisions regarding how to use existing measuring and calibration equipment? When to perform calibration? When to purchase new equipment? Which tools to buy? And much more. Knowledge is power, in the case of ourinitiative, the power to cut costs and heightenefficiency through betterment of the measuring and calibration field.