Moscow International Forum "MetrolExpo'2011" is the largest specialized event in the sphere of assurance of accuracy, quality and safety of manufacturing processes and finished products.
The forum will combine the 7th Competitive Exhibition of Measuring Tools, Testing and Laboratory Equipment "MetrolExpo" and the 3rd Moscow International Symposium "Precision. Quality. Safety" on one show-floor.
In 2011, the forum will be held under the motto "Measurements in Science and Technology a bridge to innovation”.
The organizer of the event is the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology in association with the Central Office of the Government of the Russian Federation with participation the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Federal Space Agency of the Russian Federation and international companies BIPM, OIML, EURAMET, COOMET.
Major Russian and foreign manufacturers and consumers of instrument-making products participate annually in the forum.
The exhibition "MetrolExpo" offers over 300 participating companies from 12-15 countries of the world, up to 20 collective expositions of federal agencies and establishments, public corporations, major holding companies and associations, over 50 regional standardization, metrology and certification centers (CSM) and metrological institutes, with over 6500 visitors attending. The total exhibition area will make more than 4500 ì2 and is located on 2 floors of pavilion.
The Moscow International Symposium "Precision. Quality. Safety" will unite to 100 reports on vital topics in five basic sections: power efficiency and resource safety, nuclear technologies, space technologies and telecommunications, computer technologies and programs, medical technology and pharmaceutics. In symposium participating more than 2500 specialists from 30 countries.
For more detailed information please visit: http://metrol.expoprom.ru/en/
Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology
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