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International Metrology Congress 2021 Set for Sept. 7-9

The event is a showcase for industrial applications, advances in R&D and prospects dedicated to measurements, analysis and testing processes.

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The International Metrology Congress (CIM) 2021 set for Sept. 7-9 in Lyon, France

The International Metrology Congress (CIM) 2021 set for Sept. 7-9 in Lyon, France.

“In Measurement We Trust” is the theme for The International Metrology Congress (CIM) 2021 set for Sept. 7-9 in Lyon, France. It will be held in partnership with the Measurement World exhibition and on the same dates and location as the Global Industrie exhibition.

The Congress is dedicated to the best industrial practices and advances in R&D applied to measurements, analysis and testing processes. The event brings together science, industry and institutional metrology organizations. Sascha Eichtaedt, PTB (Germany) and Daniel Jullien, Digiplant Consulting (France), serve as co-chairs for CIM2021.

This year marks the 20th event in this series, and it includes current trends as well as a sneak preview into future innovations. The metrology community is supporting the development of solutions for these challenges, in particular, by ensuring that users can trust in measurements, organizers say.

There will be three main tracks representing the global challenges, including Industry 4.0, Health and Green Deal. The CIM2021 will also be an opportunity for new experiences as a hybrid event with videos and live presentations available on a dedicated platform.

The Metrology Village is the heart of Measurement World and for the first time will be associated with Global industrie. There will be many topics in common linked to Industry 4.0 as the exhibition gives new opportunities for attendees to network and discover new metrology solutions.

The CIM 2021 program includes 200 technical presentations and six round tables. These are opportunities to discover recent advances in various technical fields, including mechanics, electromagnetism, flow, temperature, photonics, chemistry, and biology as well as data, AI, statistics, quantum technologies and more.