In today’s knowledge driven world, we want to understand and control things based on real data. Having measurement equipment in place is only part of the picture. In some applications it is more important than in others to ensure regular calibration. Naturally the measurement equipment must also fit the purpose and be used in a correct way.
This 34-page guide was written to help the readers and their organizations determine the most appropriate activities to understand when calibration is recommended and how to ensure continuously accurate measurement quality – whether it means using calibration services or setting up an internal calibration laboratory.
The guide is the first one in a series of two and serves as a generic introduction to calibration, although with specific information on calibration of relative humidity, dew point temperature, temperature, and barometric pressure.
If you think you should understand more about the value of measurement accuracy in data-driven decision-making, don’t pass this extensive bundle of free expert knowledge.