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LIVE Demo of Three ISO 23247 Digital Twin Use Cases

Upcoming LIVE Demo – Three ISO 23247 Digital Twin Use Cases A 1-hour live demo developed by ISO TC184/SC 4 WG 15, will be showing multiple Digital Twin use cases on October 27 at 9:30 EDT. The ISO 23247 (Digital Twin Manufacturing Framework) effort has a goal of providing a generic development framework for the use of the digital twin…



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DMSC 2020+ Roadmap Initiative Revealed

At the direction of the Digital Metrology Standards Consortium Board, Director Jennifer Herron of Action Engineering took the lead in conducting a series of meetings to build the DMSC 2020+ Road Map.  We recently met with Jennifer to capture a summary of those meetings, the output achieved, and next steps. Recap for us the objective of this initiative. Our charge…



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DMSC Announces QIF Standard Elevation to ISO Status

New ISO Standard Offers Integrated Model for Manufacturing Quality Information The Digital Metrology Standards Consortium recently had their ANSI/DMSC QIF 3.0 metrology standard harvested, approved, and published by ISO as the new ISO Standard ISO 23952:2020. DMSC is the developer and maintainer of QIF (Quality Information Framework), and other metrology standards. These standards are intended to help advanced manufacturers reduce…



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DMSC Measures Success With 15th Anniversary

Rochester, NY, June 17, 2020 The Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) announced its 15th anniversary as a globally recognized standards development organization. The DMSC is officially an ANSI Accredited Standards Developing Organization and an A-Liaison to ISO ISO/TC 184/SC 4. It operates as a nonprofit group comprised of member companies, academia, government agencies, and individuals with a primary mission to…



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QIF Webinar Series Exceeds Expectations

The recent 3-part QIF webinar series exceeded registration and attendance expectations and produced excellent reviews by many participants. The webinars, each running about 40 minutes, covered QIF basics (QIF 101), QIF schema (QIF 201) and more advanced applications (QIF 301). The webinar series was marketed through a series of email blasts and the DMSC newsletter. Webinar attendance: QIF 101; Understanding…



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DMSC Webinar: QIF 201 Outlining the QIF Schemas

With the cancellation of the NIST 2020 MBE Summit, Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) instead conducted a series of 40-minute webinars presenting content originally intended as Quality Information Framework (QIF) tutorials at the 2020 MBE Summit. Webinar: QIF 201 Outlining the QIF Schemas Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020 This event has now passed; however the webinar was recorded and is…



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DMSC Webinar: QIF 101 Basics

With the cancellation of the NIST 2020 MBE Summit, Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) instead conducted a series of 40-minute webinars presenting content originally intended as Quality Information Framework (QIF) tutorials at the 2020 MBE Summit. Webinar: QIF 101 Understanding QIF Basics Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020 This event has now passed; however the webinar was recorded and is now…



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Whitepaper – Why QIF Matters: A Road Map for Digital Manufacturing

Whitepaper on Why QIF Mattters: a Road Map for Digital Manufacturing

This paper was presented at the NIST MBE Summit in April 2019. It discusses how the ANSI DMSC Quality Information Framework (QIF) standard provides benefit to the Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) in two important ways: (1) automation of cyber-physical processes, allowing faster realization of higher quality products at lower cost, and (2) by providing traceability of massive quantities of measurement-related data…



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DMSC Hosts QIF Summit 2017 in Golden Colorado

QIF Library Wheel-Lifesaver

The Dimensional Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) hosted the 2017 Quality Information Framework/QIF Summit October 3-6, 2017 in Golden Colorado.  Our meeting coincided with the 3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress (also known in the trade as 3D CIC).  In 2018, we plan to meet again during the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, Illinois - so mark your calendars for…