In this work, a methodological approach based on the evaluation of the measurement uncertainty is used, in order to face the issues connected to the validation of measurements of distributed measuring systems, taking into account the requirements set by a scenario of high connectivity and big data. The methodology provided involves and follows from the rigorous methods applied in metrology discipline. It focuses on the measurement uncertainty evaluation, to be used as an innovative tool for better knowing the underlying systems/subsystems - from time to time analysed, towards problem-solving, setting or directing some improvement actions and thus, towards the possibility of being more confident in reaching the targets that have been set.

Measurement uncertainty as an innovative management tool in modern engineering systems

A. Gaspari
2016

Abstract

In this work, a methodological approach based on the evaluation of the measurement uncertainty is used, in order to face the issues connected to the validation of measurements of distributed measuring systems, taking into account the requirements set by a scenario of high connectivity and big data. The methodology provided involves and follows from the rigorous methods applied in metrology discipline. It focuses on the measurement uncertainty evaluation, to be used as an innovative tool for better knowing the underlying systems/subsystems - from time to time analysed, towards problem-solving, setting or directing some improvement actions and thus, towards the possibility of being more confident in reaching the targets that have been set.
14th IMEKO TC10 Workshop on Technical Diagnostics 2016: New Perspectives in Measurements, Tools and Techniques for Systems Reliability, Maintainability and Safety
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