This is the second of our quarterly BMTA newsletters, aimed at providing a greater depth of information and richer insight into specific areas of interest.
This issue features articles on data processing and storage, sampling methods for characterising volatile organic compounds emitted from medical devices and standards with an aid to child safety.
Quick links to this issue's articles
- UKAS Accreditation E-Certificates
- Trescal Announces Four Acquisitions
- UKAS Update For Brexit
- BSI Update For Brexit
- Leveraging the Edge in IIoT. By Daniel Povey, Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).
- Sampling Made Simple. By Nikhil Sahotra PhD, Materials Emission Specialist, Markes International.
- Standards as an Aid to Child Safety. By Stephen Wilkins, Managing Director at Davies Development and Testing Ltd.
- Uncertainty Of Measurement
- Preparation For Laboratory Accreditation
- Laboratory Internal Audit
- Sniffing Out Quality: Analysing Volatile Organic Compounds To Assess Food And Beverage Quality Throughout The Supply Chain.
- UKAS Sarc Workshop
Spring Newsletter 2020
The next theme for our Spring 2020 issue is:
the challenges and opportunities of digital technologies on the world of measurement and testing (AI, AR, VR etc).
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