WebFM WebConference of May 18
Today, data management has become central to all industrial activities. Technological advances often outpace practices and standards, and require everyone to adapt quickly.
And metrologists are not left out with the ever-increasing measurement data management, linked to the increase in sensors, automated and increasingly intelligent data processing, document dematerialization, with information systems that must ensure the integrity, confidentiality and availability of measurement data at any time and anywhere.
The metrologist's profession has evolved well from the management of the instrument fleet and calibrations yesterday to the management of the measurement process as a whole today. It is the guarantor of the quality of the data, and therefore ultimately of the quality of the products. It must ensure that the instrument fleet is fully operational at all times, it must think about the evolutions of the park with specifications that are always more restrictive, it must often specify a need (EMT) when it already has much to do to meet them. He must learn the evolution of materials, protocols and adapt methods. He has to respond and exchange with many of the company's players: production, marketing, IT, management ...
During this technical day, experts will present best practices for effective measurement data management, solutions to be put in place, existing standards, and these presentations will be complemented by feedback from experiences in a variety of application areas.
In particular, a presentation of the issues and families of solutions will be made. Laurent Selski of Measurement will conduct a review of existing standards that deal with measurement data. Then, three types of solutions will be presented: Brain Cube will present solutions based on AI and big data algorithms and the two major players will present the possibilities offered by QDAS and Piweb (Zeiss) solutions. Then, different cases of use will be presented with first Productys then a testimony of Jean-François Colleuc of GRT Gaz and finally the day will end with an intervention by Sébastien Denaus head of metrology at Colas and perfect example of the evolution of the profession of metrologist who must today integrate data scientist skills into his teams.
This Technical Day, which will be held in web-conference, is aimed primarily at the metrologists of industrial companies but will also be of interest to quality managers and all those concerned with the quality of the products and its control through a process of measurement and adapted data.
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