DMSC will be presenting “ISO 23952 – Enabling DX through standardization of manufacturing, test, and inspection data created both internally and by our supply chain” at the upcoming 38th Annual Coordinate Metrology Society Conference (CMSC) in Mobile, Alabama, July 10-14, 2023. The DMSC developed QIF 3.0 (Quality Information Framework) metrology standard has an ISO designation of ISO 23952:2020.
The Coordinate Metrology Society Conference (CMSC) is the world’s premier event for Measurement Technology Professionals sponsored by the Coordinate Metrology Society. The annual conference will feature a full schedule of technical education topics, a guided AIRBUS aircraft factory tour, and exhibitors offering a wide range of metrology solutions and services.
DMSC’s Ray Admire will be presenting this relevant QIF-centric storyline as part of the Conference mission to bring pertinent technical content to their metrology-focused membership. The discussion will include Ray’s many years of quality engineering experience at Lockheed Martin to explain practical examples of how the aerospace company has used standardized data provided by vendors (and internal manufacturing centers) to improve product quality and reduce costs.
Ray’s presentation will be Wednesday, July 12th in the afternoon.
Mark Thomas, DMSC Executive Director, will also be at the show for the purpose of promoting QIF and DMSC membership. Ray Admire is currently serving as the DMSC Standards Committee Chair, and has been with DMSC since the beginning, in 2005.
Founded in 1984, the Coordinate Metrology Society (CMS) is a large membership of users, service providers, and OEM manufacturers of close tolerance, industrial coordinate measurement technology. These metrology systems include inspection software, traditional CMMs, theodolites, GPS, laser projection systems, laser trackers, laser radar, photogrammetry/ videogrammetry systems, scanning devices, and articulating arms.
For more details, please contact Mark Thomas, DMSC Executive Director.