• How to Plan for RFID Equipment Tracking
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    How to Plan for RFID Equipment Tracking

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses a tag and reader to locate an object. While RFID was originally developed for military use, there are many practical applications. RFID is currently used to track equipment in healthcare, transportation, distribution, and manufacturing industries. For companies that have not used RFID, it can seem challenging

  • Determining Calibration Intervals for Infrequently Used Equipment
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    Determining Calibration Intervals for Infrequently Used Equipment

    Any organization that produces small orders of custom pieces is used to storing, and calibrating, seldom used equipment. This is especially true for organizations that carry an ISO 9001 certification or have stringent quality management programs. It may seem like instruments get calibrated multiple times between uses, which can be seen as unnecessary expense. Quality

  • World Metrology Day 2017
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    World Metrology Day 2017

    World Metrology Day is a holiday that celebrates the signing of the Metre Convention in Paris on 20 May 1875. The international treaty was developed to coordinate the creation of a globally adopted standard for measurement of length and mass (the metric system). The development of the system was tasked to three organizations, the CGPM

  • National Aviation Hall of Fame
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    National Aviation Hall of Fame

    The National Aviation Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization that seeks to honor aviation pioneers, generate interest in aviation, and educate the public about aviation history. The National Aviation Hall of Fame museum and research center are located in Dayton, Ohio at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near the National Museum of the US Air

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