Southern US Region -
Central Florida Section (1222)

Central Florida Section Co-Coordinators

Full NameOrganizationMailing AddressWork PhoneEmail
Jeffrey C. StevensSouthern Marketing Associates, Inc.1511 East State Road 434 Suite 1009 Winter Springs, FL 32766 UNITED STATES(813) 205-3207jstevens@smainc.net

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Central Florida Section Meeting
Tuesday April 12, 2016

Please Join Us! 

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Meeting Sponsor:


Meeting Overview:

Software in today’s Metrology world and how it can make you more productive.
Speakers: Pat Butler from Fluke Calibration and Mike Schwarz from Cal Lab Solutions.

Meeting Contact:

Jeff Stevens
Southern Marketing Associates, Inc.
8000 North Meadowview Circle
Tampa, Florida 33625
813-205-3207
jstevens@smainc.net


Meeting Date:
Tuesday April 12, 2016

Meeting Time:
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Meeting Location:
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training
100 Global Innovation Circle
Orlando, FL 32825
 
Meeting Directions:
If you place the 100 Global Innovation address into your GPS it will lead your right to the security gate, go to the visitors center for badges. From there just follow the guards instructions!

Important notes to attendees:

All attendees must bring valid proof of residency, which is a driver’s license or a passport.
Non-US resident attendees please contact Jeff Stevens (jstevens@smainc.net) prior to the meeting to facilitate admittance into Lockheed Martin.
 
Cost to Attend:
  NCSL International
Complimentary Training Session

Snacks, drinks and lunch will be provided to attendees courtesy of the meeting sponsor, SMA.


Speakers’ Name:  
Patrick Butler, Fluke Calibration Regional Product Manager

Topic:
Fluke Calibration Software Overview and Update 

Abstract:
Fluke Calibration has been in the software business for nearly 40 years. Over that time our customer needs have evolved and so have our products. This presentation will give you an overview on where Fluke Calibration software is today; what options are available, and how it can help improve your calibration laboratory or asset management activities.

Learning Objectives:
The attendee will have a better understanding of the different components of Fluke Calibration’s software and how they can be used in practical application. In addition, they will be able to identify areas of improvement in their own organization through automation and asset management.

Speakers’ Name:  

Patrick Butler, Fluke Calibration Regional Product Manager 

Topic: 
Implementing Measurement Uncertainty Requirements in MET/CAL®

Abstract:
Calculating and reporting measurement uncertainty for each measurement point can be a daunting task whether done manually or using spreadsheets. MET/CAL® provides the tools to collect both type A and type B components and report an expanded uncertainty. This presentation will explore how MET/CAL® supports this as well as provide some examples.

Learning Objectives:

The attendee will have a better understanding of the different types of uncertainties when using MET/CAL automated calibration software.

Speakers’ Name:
Michael L. Schwartz, Automation Engineer, Cal Lab Solutions 

Topic:

Metrology.NET™

Abstract:
Metrology.NET™ is a systems of systems architecture for metrology based software.  As technology moves forward, metrology seems stuck in the past. Metrology.NET™ is a new approach to automation and data collections, based on proven technologies designed to be language, database and platform agnostic. This short presentation will highlight how these technologies work and how they can be adapted to solve many of the automation problems faced by us Metrologists.

Speakers’ Name:
Michael L. Schwartz Automation Engineer Cal Lab Solutions 

Topic:
Open Badging

Abstract:
Education is changing and the next generation will live in a digital world where acquired knowledge will not be displayed as plaques and diplomas on the wall. Instead, the next generation will have virtual walls and their education and professional credentials will be displayed in a digital format.  Open Badges provides an industry standard for displaying your knowledge skills and professional experience on your LinkedIn and Facebook walls. 
Meeting Schedule:
 
8:00  AM

8:30 AM

 Check in, Breakfast

8:30 AM

9:00 AM 

 Opening remarks, introductions, NCSLI Overview

9:00 AM

9:45 AM

 Pat Butler - Fluke Calibration Software Overview and Update

9:45 AM

10:00 AM

 Break

10:00 AM

10:45 AM

 Pat Butler - Implementing Measurement Uncertainty Requirements in MET/CAL®

10:45 AM

11:30 AM

 Mike Schwartz - Metrology.NET

11:30 AM

1:00 PM

 Lunch

1:00 PM

1:45 PM

 Mike Schwartz - Open Badging

1:45 PM

2:00 PM

 Break

2:00 PM 

3:00 PM 

 Open discussion

3:00 PM


 Closing and wrap up

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Trouble registering online? Please call the business office at 303-440-3339 or email info@ncsli.org and we will register you!

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