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The British Measurement and Testing Association

The Voice of Measurement and Testing

BMTA was created in 1990 in response to the need for an independent ‘lobby’ for the private sector to speak with one voice to Government, UKAS, BSI and other official bodies on issues affecting the whole measurement and testing community.

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BSI Spring Standards Conference: Reimagining the future - 25th & 26th May 2022

A conference designed with young professionals in mind but with something for everyone. You can join for some or all of one, or both days and either online only or online one day and in person the next but ... to join at all you need to register. Register today so you don't miss out!


International Conference “The Lab of the Future - Thursday 19th May 2022

EUROLAB has the pleasure to announce the official program of the International Conference “The Lab of the Future”, organised by ALPI-ASSOTIC in collaboration with EUROLAB on the occasion of the General Assembly 2022 & Accompanying Events.


Measurement Strategy for Business Advantage

Measurement Strategy – What to do with measurement data to help inform your business decisions? Post-measurement analysis activities are just as important as the measurement results themselves.


How To Specify Your Calibration Requirements - NPL Webinar

A webinar was held by NPL and BMTA, with contributions from Trescal and Best Measurement on ‘How to Specify Your Calibration Requirements’.


BMTA represents the interests of the measurement and testing industry in the UK and in Europe, through its representation on EUROLAB, the voice for laboratories in Europe.

BMTA will encourage you to make your views known in the standards making process, both nationally and internationally, through the Association and individual membership of relevant committees. We work to increase awareness of the measurement and testing industry, and provide training, through seminars and workshops, on topical subjects. It is a non-profit making association that is run by a Council elected by its members.