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Metrological Assurance and Standardization of Advanced Tools and Technologies for Nondestructive Testing and Condition Monitoring (NDT4.0)

In the article urgent tasks of the development of NDT and CM metrological assurance, as well as problems of standardization of general principles and specific technical solutions in the context of the fourth industrial revolution main trends are discussed. The following questions are considered: Development of the NDT metrological assurance based on the concept of multi-parameter measurements, development of standards for remote adjustment and calibration of intelligent sensors in distributed measuring networks. Attestation and verification issues (metrological assurance) of digital models (twins) for inspected objects and measuring and testing devices – Methodological principles for constructing self-monitoring and self-calibrating intelligent measuring transducers (sensors) for cyber-physical systems of smart manufacturing and distributed condition monitoring systems (quality infrastructure). Development of standards for various components of distributed CM systems (smart sensors interfaces and protocols for transmitting information, software, and hardware platforms for collecting and processing information, digital twins of tools and control objects) embedded in the overall standardization system for smart industries, which realized key principles of Industry 4.0 in terms of compatibility, transparency, technical support, and decentralization of management decisions based on intelligence machine algorithms.



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