AOTS training course on Implementation for Social and Industrial Infrastructure in Metrology was conducted under Training Program for Improving the Business Environment related to Trade and Investment of METI/AOTS from 4-15 December, 2017.
The total of 13 participants from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam attended the course.
The aim of the course is to understand the followings of Japan:
- Scientific metrology including measurement standards and advanced measurement technologies;
- The social and industrial infrastructures supporting the legal metrology system;
- Metrological control by the private organizations and the manufacturers.
The course consisted of lectures, visits to the laboratory / manufacturers related to metrology and discussion with the local experts.
Mr. Horii, executive director of JMIF, delivered a presentation regarding the activities of JMIF and explained the current situation of measuring instrument industry.
Participants visited some JMIF member companies to understand not only verification and calibration of measuring instruments but also advanced technologies they possess.
The course was successfully completed on 15 December with presentation of certificates.
Participants at KETT Electric Laboratory on rice moisture measurements
Mr. Horii delivering a presentation on JMIF activities