Metrology Of The Digital Economy: Synergy Of Technology And Innovation

Abstract

The creation and development of innovative metrological infrastructure is a priority today. Metrology and metrological support are the types of activities without which it is impossible to introduce innovative technologies. At the same time, the reliability and accuracy of quantitative measurement results of innovative technological solutions is insufficient due to the limitations of the metrological support system for these types of measurements. The constant increase in the level of requirements for metrological support of innovative solutions should be balanced by the introduction of new metrological technologies and methods of regulation and control. Digitalization of metrology is a key trend, which includes the creation of a "metrological cloud", metrology for BigData, metrology for 5G networks, intellectualization and virtualization of measurements. Digitalization of metrological support in the infocommunication industry is becoming relevant for other industries as well. To ensure the uniformity of measurements in the field of innovative technologies, it is necessary to analyze and further develop a system of metrological support for innovative technologies, as well as mechanisms for predicting the need for the development of metrology and metrological support to reduce the time spent on setting up innovative products for production and accelerate the process of mastering innovative technologies. By creating an evidence base that serves as a tool for confirming all the technical characteristics of innovative products and services, metrology and metrological support contribute to the innovative development of the economy.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.112

Online ISSN

2357-1330