CMS and PrecisionPath Consortium launch 3D measurement survey

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The Coordinate Metrology Society (CMS) in collaboration with the PrecisionPath Consortium (PPC) is seeking users and managers of CMMs, industrial scanners, and portable metrology systems to participate in a study.

The two groups have launched a 3D Measurement Industry-at-large Survey. Participants can take the survey using the button found on either the CMS or PPC website to contribute to this study.

Users, managers, experts, or novices in the field of 3D measurement are urged to take the survey being offered until August 31, 2020. The study is conducted solely for research purposes and all answers are private. To ensure confidentiality, no identifying personal information is linked to the survey responses, although an email address is required to initiate the survey. The PrecisionPath Consortium will review the granular findings of the study and report the results in a State-of-the-Metrology Industry Report to be released in the second half of the year. All participants are invited to enter a giveaway for an Apple iPad, sponsored by New River Kinematics (NRK).

The 2020 CMS-PPC survey examines the principal factors affecting measurement professionals today. 3D measurement practitioners are asked to share their perspectives on career requirements, technology usage, workforce trends, job challenges, and the anticipated support needed to move the industry forward. Metrologists serve in a variety of roles in diverse industrial and scientific markets such as aerospace, automotive, power generation, medical, and national laboratories. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete, yet it comprehensively sweeps the metrology industry landscape.  

“Our 2020 state-of-the-metrology industry survey is officially open to measurement and quality professionals. The PrecisionPath Consortium conducted its last survey in 2016, and we were very pleased with the participation and insights it provided for our PPC Technology Roadmap project,” said PPC Chairman Dr. Ed Morse of UNC Charlotte. “The CMS and PPC will use the 2020 study to clarify the needs of our membership and guide our education and career-enhancement programs. This timely snapshot of the industry is important to the CMS membership and sheds light on what is trending in our highly specialized discipline. The PrecisionPath Consortium will share the main takeaways of the survey later in the year with the PPC and CMS members.”

Interested professionals from the science, design, or manufacturing communities are invited to join the PrecisionPath Consortium.

MORE INFO  www.cmsc.org or www.precisionpathconsortium.com