There is a future for flow measurement within the Life Sciences – a new industrial sector for the TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory - according to a report written by its newly-appointed Head of Life Sciences, Dr Tracy Brown, for the Institute of Measurement and Control’s Flow Measurement Special Interest Group. Following a period of intensive horizon scanning across the sector, work is now underway to develop tangible project proposals with potential collaborators from industry, innovation centres, academia and the NHS in the primary areas experiencing flow metrology challenges.
TÜV SÜD and Visionplus hosted the 2nd Offshore Wind Energy Seminar, focusing on “Basic Design of Fixed Bottom and Floating Offshore Wind Farms”.
The latest Oil and Gas Focus Group meeting took place in December, with over 70 attendees from the sector joining the team from TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory in Aberdeen.
As part of the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR), TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has joined a research consortium which aims to improve techniques for infusion drug delivery.
The International Conference on Seismic Design of Industrial Facilities (SeDIF Conference) will be held in Aachen for the second time on 4 and 5 March 2020.
TÜV SÜD has assessed the technical basis of a large-scale wind-energy project in Scandinavia on behalf of DekaBank. Within the scope of the Stavro project, a total of 62 wind energy turbines will be built in North Sweden.
TÜV SÜD Korea and Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI) jointly organized an Interoperability Plugfest in the premises of Smart Factory Innovation Center (SMIC), Ansan city, in association with The Korea Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS).
TÜV SÜD's Global Step Challenge won the HR Excellence Award in the “Corporations Wellbeing (Health & Safety)” category.
The Hydrogen – Measure to Manage Workshop was held in November to identify the key barriers to widespread adoption of hydrogen technologies. Over 30 stakeholders from across the sector discussed the key challenges currently facing the industry and the need for standardisation across this growing sector
With a heritage of nearly 40 years, and alternating between Scotland and Norway, the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop combines presentations, discussion sessions and exhibition areas. It is the single most important event in the flow measurement calendar.
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