Training & Events
APLMF Mission Statement
26-29 September 2016
17th International Flow Measurement Conference
OIML - 15th International Conference, 51st CIML Meeting and associated events, Strasbourg, France, week of 17 October 2016
23-25 November 2016
23rd APLMF meeting - Japan
AIST, Tokyo Waterfront
28 November - 1 December 2016
Registrations Closed 29 August 2016
MEDEA - Training on Verification of Non-automatic Weighing Instruments - Invitation Brochure & Registration Form
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Asia-Pacific Legal Metrology Forum APLMF is a grouping of legal metrology authorities, whose objective is the development of legal metrology and the promotion of free and open trade in the region through the harmonisation and removal of technical or administrative barriers to trade in the field of legal metrology. As one of the regional organisations working in close liaison with the OIML, the APLMF promotes communication and interaction among the legal metrology organisations and seeks harmonisation of legal metrology in the Asia Pacific region.
APMP, APLAC and APLMF are recognized by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, APEC as Specialist Regional Bodies. Specialist Regional Bodies assist the APEC Sub-committee on Standards and Conformance to meet the objective of eliminating technical barriers to trade within the region.
The 23rd APLMF Forum Meeting and related Working Group Meeting will be held Wednesday 23 to Friday 25 November 2016 in Tokyo, Japan.
Learn more about the venue, accommodation, transport, programme, economy report templates and to register your attendance.
Video Highlights of the MSA 2015 Conference
The Metrology Society of Australasia (MSA) held its biannual conference in Queenstown in October 2015. The conference theme was ‘Good Measurement – Great Business’ and brought together like-minded business, scientific and technical practitioners for an opportunity to discuss the latest advances, trends and tools for those with an interest in business of metrology.
The conference provided a mix of case studies, presentations and workshops which showcased research, innovation and success in the world of calibration and measurement. This event feedback indicated it was inspiring, thought provoking, highly relevant and practical for all levels of Metrologists.
The audience included businesses that use physical measurements, calibration and testing laboratories, national measurement institutes, and accrediting, compliance and government organisations.
The conference showcased how good measurement underpins great business, which can be seen in this short video titled ‘MSA conference highlights 2015’