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Asia-Pacific Metrology Programme. Results of DEC Needs Assessment Survey 2005*. * NB: Syria and Indonesia’s responses were received at the 11 th DEC meeting and incorporated after the meeting. 11 th DEC Meeting, Jeju, Korea, September 2005. Asia-Pacific Metrology Programme.

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Asia-Pacific Metrology Programme

Results of DEC Needs Assessment Survey 2005*

* NB: Syria and Indonesia’s responses were received at the 11th DEC meeting and incorporated after the meeting.

11th DEC Meeting, Jeju, Korea, September 2005

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Asia-Pacific Metrology Programme

  • 1. Sent to all APMP developing economy NMIs (including Associate Members) on 19 June 2005, with several follow-up reminders
  • 2. Responses received from:No response from:
    • Fiji 1. Bangladesh
    • India 2. China
    • Indonesia 3. Egypt
    • Malaysia 4. DPR Korea
    • Nepal 5. Mongolia
    • Pakistan 6. Russia
    • Philippines 7. South Africa
    • Sri Lanka
    • Syria
    • Thailand
    • Vietnam

DEC Needs Assessment Survey

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  • 1. (a) State of laboratory facilities
  • 1. (b) List of standards maintained
  • 1. (c) Staff numbers
  • 2. Staff – general
  • 3. Global CIPM MRA participation
  • 4. National measurement system status
  • 5. Other peak measurement agencies
  • 6. Legislation
  • 7. R&D activities
  • 8. Bi/multi-lateral projects
  • 9. Training provided by NMI

Questions

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  • 10. Comparison participation
  • 11. Five major concerns
  • 12. Calibration needs
  • 13. Training needs
  • 14. Available professional training
  • 15. Income/Expenditure
  • 16. Strategic Plan – short/medium/long term

Questions (ctd)

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1. (a) State of laboratory facilities

Environmental control – poor (Nepal, Sri Lanka), moderate (Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines, Vietnam) or good (remainder)

Internet access – poor (Fiji, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Syria, Thailand),

moderate (Pakistan), good (India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam)

QS documentation – poor (Fiji, Nepal, Sri Lanka) or good (remainder)

CC/TC representation – poor (Fiji, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Syria, Vietnam) or

good (remainder)

Customer needs identified – mostly adequate

(b) List of standards maintained

Coverage – limited (Fiji, Nepal) or good (remainder)

Clear need for more comparisons for DE NMIs

(c) Staff numbers

Need for more trained scientific staff in Fiji, Nepal & Sri Lanka

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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2. Staff - general

Reasonable amount of training being provided

Need for succession-planning guidance

3. Global CIPM MRA participation

Fiji, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Syria yet to participate

Mechanisms to reduce costs and assist participation needed

4. National measurement system (NMS) status

NMS agencies established in most DE NMIs except Fiji & Sri Lanka (limited in Syria)

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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5. Other peak national measurement agencies

Need for networking with other peak agencies

6. Legislation

All except Pakistan have national measurement legislation

7. R&D activities

Only significant R&D undertaken by India

8. Bi/multi-lateral projects

Projects being undertaken by India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Syria & Vietnam

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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9. Training provided by the NMI

No training provided by Nepal or Sri Lanka. Remainder provide some level of training to private/public customers & overseas NMIs

10. Comparison participation

All except Nepal are participating, mostly in APMP comparisons

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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  • 11. Five major concerns
      • Maintenance, upgrade, purchase of standards & equipment
      • Staff training – upgrade & re-skilling
      • Traceability – calibration services, development of capabilities
      • Laboratory & facilities upgrade
      • MRA participation, CMCs, laboratory accreditation, Quality Systems, comparisons
      • Awareness raising and coordination of National Measurement System
      • Legal metrology
      • Interaction with government & industry
      • Metrology in Chemistry
      • Participation internationally
      • R&D

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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12. Calibration needs

Broad range of areas identified

13. Training needs

Broad range of areas identified

14. Available professional training

Mostly provided by the NMI itself. Little external metrology training available.

15. Income/Expenditure (NB: Not all DEs responded)

Fiji, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand totally government funded; Indonesia – 93.3%, Sri Lanka ~ 50%; Vietnam ~10-15% govt funded

Very small %age of GNP spent on metrology

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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  • 16. Strategic planning
  • Short term:
      • Equipment procurement
      • Training & HR development
      • MRA: CMCs, QS documentation, peer review/accreditation, more comparison participation
      • Improve existing & develop new calibration services
      • Develop infrastructure of calibration laboratories
      • Survey of calibration, HR and infrastructure needs
      • Medium term:
      • Equipment/laboratory/standards upgrade
      • Training & HR development
      • MRA: CMCs, peer review/accreditation, more comparison participation
      • Enhance capabilities, transfer low accuracy work
      • Increase international participation
      • Realise base units
      • Develop metrology legislation
      • Promotion to government (including website development)

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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  • 16. Strategic planning
  • Long term:
      • Accreditation
      • Self-sufficiency in traceability, realise base units
      • Chemical (incl. CRMs), ionising radiation standards development
      • Laboratory upgrade
      • Develop new calibration services
      • R&D
      • Networking/coordination of metrology nationally

Summary of issues raised by Survey responses

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Survey responses in detail

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  • Continuous temperature/humidity control
    • Low %age of labs: Nepal, Sri Lanka
    • Moderate %age of labs: Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines, Vietnam
    • High %age of labs: Fiji, India, Malaysia, Syria, Thailand
  • Continuous internet access
    • Low %age of labs: Fiji, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Syria, Thailand
    • Moderate %age of labs: Pakistan
    • High %age of labs: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam
  • Work procedures written into QS docs
    • None/limited: Fiji, Nepal, Sri Lanka
    • Most/all areas: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines,
    • Syria, Thailand, Vietnam

1 (a): State of Laboratory Facilities

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  • Identified CC/TC representatives
    • None/limited: Fiji, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Syria, Vietnam
    • Most/all areas: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand
  • Customer survey of needs undertaken
    • No response: Malaysia
    • None/limited: Sri Lanka, Syria
    • Moderate: India, Nepal
    • Comprehensive: Fiji (priorities identified), Indonesia (2004-2006), Pakistan (2004 – prioritiesidentified), Philippines
    • (2000; 2004-05: calibration laboratories needs),
    • Thailand (April 2005 – being processed),
    • Vietnam (2005)

1 (a): State of Laboratory Facilities (ctd)

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  • Fiji:Temperature (P – NMIA)
  • Electrical (P – NMIA), T&F (P – NMIA)
  • Mass (P/S – NMIA), Force (S – NMIA), Humidity (S – NMIA), High
  • flow meter (P – NMIA)
  • No relevant recent comparisons identified
  • India:Temperature
  • Acoustics (P), Vibration (P)
  • Electrical (mostly P), T&F (P – BIPM)
  • Dimensional (P – NMIJ)
  • Force (P), Humidity
  • Recent comparisons in dimensional and most electrical quantities and T&F

1 (b): Standards maintained

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  • Indonesia:Temperature (P)
  • Acoustics (S – NMIA), Vibration (S - NMIA)
  • Electrical (mostly S – NMIA), T&F (P – BIPM)
  • Dimensional (S)
  • Mass (S – NMIA), Force (S – NMIA), Pressure (P – PTB)
  • Photometry & Radiometry (P – PTB, NMIA)
  • Chemistry (P – KRISS)
  • Recent comparisons in temperature, voltage, resistance, T&F, mass, pressure, force, & photometry & radiometry

1 (b): Standards maintained (ctd)

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  • Malaysia:Acoustics (P – NPL, DFM), Vibration (P)
  • Electrical (mostly S – NMIA, JEMIC, BIPM, KRISS, NIST), T&F (P –
  • UTC)
  • Dimensional (P – NPL)
  • Mass (P – BIPM), Force (P – NIST, S – NMIA), Pressure (P – NIST,
  • BNM-LNE), Volume & Gas Flow (P)
  • Photometry & Radiometry (S – NPL)
  • Chemistry (P – KRISS)
  • Recent comparisons in acoustics, LF electrical, T&F, dimensional, mass & pressure
  • Nepal:Temperature (S – NPLI)
  • Mass (P – NPLI)
  • Force/Pressure (S – NPLI)
  • No relevant recent comparisons identified

1 (b): Standards maintained (ctd)

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  • Pakistan:Temperature (P, S – NPL, Guildline, NIM, KRISS)
  • Electrical (P, S – SIRIM), T&F (P, S – USNO)
  • Dimensional (P, S – SIRIM, NIM)
  • Mass/Force (P, S – DKD, PTB), Pressure (P – SIRIM), Volume (S)
  • Spectrophotometry (P – NIST), pH (S – NIM), Conductivity (P),
  • Viscosity (S – KRISS)
  • Limited recent comparisons, in electrical & spectrophotometry
  • Philippines:Temperature (P, S - SPRING)
  • Electrical (S – NMIA, Fluke), T&F (P – NMIA)
  • Dimensional (S – NMIA)
  • Mass (S – NIM, NIMT), Pressure (P, S), Viscosity (S)
  • Ionising radiation (S – IAEA)
  • Limited recent comparisons, in temperature, LF electrical, T&F, force/pressure, ionising radiation

1 (b): Standards maintained (ctd)

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  • Sri Lanka:Temperature (P)
  • Electrical (P, S), T&F (S – USNO)
  • Dimensional (P, S – NPL, NIST, Switzerland)
  • Mass (P – BIPM, NPL), Pressure (P – SIRIM), Volume (S)
  • Spectrophotometry (P – NIST), pH (S – NIM), Conductivity (P),
  • Viscosity (S – KRISS)
  • Limited recent comparisons, in temperature and mass
  • Syria:
  • Temperature (S - JEMIC)
  • Electrical (S - JEMIC), T&F (S – JEMIC)
  • Dimensional (S – JQA-NMIJ)
  • Mass (S – NMIJ), Force/Pressure (S – NMIJ)
  • Limited recent comparisons, in gauge blocks, mass and pressure

1 (b): Standards maintained (ctd)

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  • Thailand:Temperature (P, S – PTB, NMIA, NIMT, NPL, NMIJ), Humidity (P, S - NIST, PTB)
  • Acoustics (P), Vibration (P)
  • Electrical (P, S – NMIA, PTB, BIPM, NPL), T&F (P – BIPM)
  • Dimensional (P, S – SI units, PTB, NMIJ, NMIA, NIMT)
  • Mass (S – PTB, NMIJ), Force (S – PTB, NMIJ), Hardness (P – SI units), Torque (P – SI), Flow (S – SI, NIST), Pressure & vacuum
  • (National standards – PTB)
  • pH (P, S – NIST)
  • Recent comparisons in most areas

1 (b): Standards maintained (ctd)

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  • Vietnam:Temperature (P – NIST)
  • Electrical (S, first order – NMIA, PTB, KRISS), T&F (P – BIPM)
  • Dimensional (P – NIST)
  • Mass (S – BNM-LNE), Force (Ref std – KRISS), Pressure (P, S –
  • KRISS, NIST), Hardness (Ref std – KRISS), Volume & flow (P),
  • Humidity (Ref std – KRISS), Density (Ref std – NIST)
  • Viscosity (Ref std – KRISS)
  • Spectrophotometry (Ref std – KRISS)
  • pH (Ref std – KRISS), moisture (Ref std – KRISS)
  • Limited recent comparisons, in T&F, pressure, pH

1 (b): Standards maintained (ctd)

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  • Bachelors/Masters PhD Technical
  • Fiji 7 0 12
  • India 36 26 39
  • Indonesia 34 3 5
  • Malaysia 49 4 8
  • Nepal 4 1 10
  • Pakistan 25 3 29
  • Philippines 14 1 7
  • Sri Lanka 9 0 2
  • Syria 14 3 18
  • Thailand 56 12 7
  • Vietnam 51 2 15

1 (c) : Staff numbers

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3 : Global MRA Participation

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4 : National Measurement System

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5 : Other peak measurement agencies

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6 : Legislation

7 : R&D Activities

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8 : Bi/multi-lateral projects

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9 : Training provided by NMI

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10 : Comparison participation

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11 : Five major concerns

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12 : Calibration needs

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14 : Available professional training

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15 : Income/expenditure

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16 : Strategic plan – short term

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16 : Strategic plan – medium term

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16 : Strategic plan – long term

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