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Online workshop: Sensor network metrology and calibration of digital sensors
15 July 2020, 09:00 – 13:00 CEST
The project ‘Metrology for the factory of the future’ (17IND12, Met4FoF) is aiming to develop a calibration framework for dynamic sensors and a mathematical framework for sensor network metrology. The mathematical framework contains a comprehensive toolset of methods required in sensor network metrology.
At the workshop the project consortium will present the preliminary results and a preview of what to expect from the project in the remaining months.
Topics to be covered:
- Dynamic calibration of digital output sensors - concepts and implementation
- Provision of Measurement Traceability to ATE Testing and Calibration Systems for MEMS Temperature Sensors
- Bayesian approaches to account for sensor network effects and for sensor fusion
- Uncertainty-aware data analysis in sensor networks
- Radial forging: example of an industrial sensor network for process control
Who should participate?
- Scientists with a background in machine learning
- Industries with an interest in industry 4.0 / factory of the future.
To register for the workshop, please e-mail us using this contact form
For further information, please contact project coordinator Sascha Eichstädt.
This EMPIR project is co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and the EMPIR Participating States.
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