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Vol. 251, Issue 4, April 2021, pp. 61-69

 

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Increasing Measurement Trustworthiness as a Necessary Part
of Technology Development
 

* Kseniia Sapozhnikova, Anton Pronin and Roald Taymanov

D. I. Mendeleyev Institute for Metrology, 19 Moskovsky pr., Saint Petersburg, 190005, Russian Federation
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* E-mail: k.v.s@vniim.ru

 

Received: 2021 /Accepted: 2021 /Published: 30 April 2021

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: The authors have analysed the development trends of the main technologies related to the application features of measuring instruments (MIs) and multichannel measuring systems (MMSs) as well as provision of their trustworthiness. The analysis has made it possible to propose a methodology for automatic checking metrological health of MIs and MMSs in the course of their operation, which was called “metrological self-check”. The self-check enables calibration / verification intervals to be significantly increased. In case of virtual test and artificial intelligent application, automation of the trustworthiness provision becomes possible for traditional measurements. It has been shown that the problem of trustworthiness related to soft measurements taking into consideration the growing interest in them, also becomes actual.

 

Keywords: Industry 4.0, Measurement trustworthiness, Metrological self-check, Digital twin, Virtual tests, Artificial intelligence, Soft measurement.

 

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