Metrological research The needs of business and society for reliable and close access to traceable measurement place increasingly higher requirements for complexity in combination with higher accuracy.
This brings with it a need for continuous research and innovation of traceable measurement, standards and related measurement methods. The strategic development of primary measurement resources is need-driven and application-oriented towards the direct benefit of technology development and innovation.
Research and innovation (R&I) are both focused on the development of methods of calibration in new areas. An important objective is to develop robust measurement techniques which allow measurements in situ.
Measurement R&I activities are in five areas:
Research Challenges exist in extended ranges and in food quality:
- Extended scale (Pico to giga)
- Measurement on-line and in real time, and measurements under dynamic conditions
- Several simultaneous parameters
- Sensor Development
An essential element in our research is the development of metrology, where traceability is crucial.