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GTMA British event to focus on latest advancements in measurement for manufacturing

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Speakers from Airbus and Babcock Marine expected to participate.

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Organisers expect to present some of the latest developments in measurement technology.
Organisers expect to present some of the latest developments in measurement technology.
(Source: GTMA)

The UK engineering association GTMA said will be hosting the seventh installment of its Make Measurement Matter road show 17 October at the Dolman Exhibition Hall at Bristol City Football Club’s Ashton Gate Stadium.

A key focus of the event will be over 40 of the top UK inspection and metrology companies that will be exhibiting, along with extensive networking opportunities in a relaxed environment, according to the orgnaiser. “Demonstrating the very latest technology, these metrology companies are active participants in creating successful engineering solutions for the current and future demands of all industry sectors.” Visitors will also benefit from free parking and free refreshments.

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The association’s chief executive, Julia Moore, said: “For the seventh time we are hosting the MMM event, a focal point for a technology transfer from the science of measurement into the most demanding manufacturing environments.” She noted that keynote speakers from industry-leading manufacturing companies, the event provides an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the very latest measurement and inspection technologies and services available; knowledge that could provide a vital competitive edge.

Keynote Speakers include Richard Margetts, head of laboratory services, Babcock International Group and Mike Toutt, a metrology engineer at Airbus

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