Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (“DMSC”), the organization supporting critical manufacturing standards and Quality Information Framework (“QIF”), is sending their team to the International Manufacturing Technology Show (“IMTS”) September 10-15, 2018 in Chicago Illinois.
Key Directors and Members of DMSC will be hosting conversations and showcasing QIF implementations and supporting dimensional metrology standards in Booth #135000 on the trade show floor (exhibitor link).
Why stop by? Booth #135000 offers a unique opportunity to network with QIF implementers and learn more about how they might carry QIF back to their operations following IMTS. Supporting us in the booth will be:
Curtis Brown, Principal Engineer at Honeywell FM&T
John Horst, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
and several other prominent end users of QIF.
Why is DMSC/QIF attending? When asked about the importance of attending this year’s IMTS, Curtis Brown, Principal Engineer at Honeywell FM&T and President of DMSC commented: “DMSC represents some of the most innovative, progressive, and advanced organizations in the world today, each on the cutting edge of research and technology in the field of dimensional metrology. Attending IMTS puts us in direct contact with the newest companies expanding into the field of dimensional metrology applications. We constantly seek opportunities to share the importance of standards which ultimately benefit manufacturing on a global scale.”
For more information, connect with us for updates and exclusive conversation opportunities at IMTS 2018.
About Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC)
Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC, formerly Dimensional Metrology Standards Consortium) is a member-based organization and is an ANSI accredited standards developing organization (SDO), as well as an A-Liaison with ISO/TC184/SC1.
The mission of Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC, Inc.) is to identify needed standards in the field of dimensional metrology, and to promote, foster, and encourage the development of these standards, along with related and supporting standards that will benefit the industry as a whole. The Dimensional Measuring Interface Standard (DMIS) is only one standard that the consortium has the responsibility to develop, maintain and support as well as to coordinate and harmonize with other related standards efforts.
Members of DMSC represent innovative organizations keeping pace with the latest trends and applications in the field of dimensional metrology.
Daniel Campbell, Member, DMSC Board of Directors
Director of Business Development, Capvidia