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BMTA Newsletter Winter Spread

Our newsletter provides a forum for you to share your experience, knowledge and expertise to members and readers of the BMTA Newsletter. The focus for the Spring issue is the challenges and opportunities of digital technologies on the world of measurement and testing, for example AI, AR, VR etc.

We also welcome thought leadership articles and opinion pieces on technical, operational and commercial issues impacting any aspect of the UK Measurement and Testing Industry.

The earlier we receive your article and synopsis the more time we have to promote it through our social media channels and the website. If you would like to contribute, please get in touch with our editor Laura Vallis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or submit your article by clicking below.

The deadline for editorial content is: Friday 27th March 2020.

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Feature articles are usually between a 1/2 A4 page and 2 A4 pages of text in length. In addition, please provide supporting images (300dpi print resolution) and a photo and short biography of the author. To ensure the best coverage please also provide a 50-100 word synopsis for us to highlight your article via news feeds and the BMTA website.

We request that content focuses purely on the subject and is free from company or specific product mentions. This is a free editorial service and not advertising. We always include the writer’s name, position, and company in the by-line.

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BMTA Newsletter Winter 201920 Front Cover


Quick links to the latest Newsletter articles

02 Editor’s Note

03 Meet Our Newsletter Contributors

04 News

UKAS Accreditation E-Certificates

Trescal Announces Four Acquisitions

UKAS Update For Brexit

BSI Update For Brexit

06 Features

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.

15 Training Courses & Events

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

16 Member Notices

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