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Why should you get your scales calibrated regularly?

The National Measurement Institute (NMI) advises that industrial scales should be calibrated every 6-12 months depending on the stresses applied to the scale, or after major hydraulic work is completed on the scale. This is for maintaining accuracy,…
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Types of industrial scales

Machine operators, port workers, garden centre managers, and anyone who works with a loose material should be aware of the types of scales available to them, which are suitable for their needs, and what their requirements are.Learn more…

Paving the Street Circuit well underway for Mandalika’s MotoGP

With completion expected in mid-2021, paving the new MotoGP racetrack on Lombok island, Indonesia, is now in full swing.An official date for the MotoGP has not yet been announced, although promoter Mandalika Grand Prix Association (MGPA)…
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How Engineers Use RTK

Civil engineers use RTK (Real-Time Kinematic) as a GNSS satellite data correction system. RTK improves positioning data for surveys and topographic maps which require precision to usefully inform engineers about construction design decisions…
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Legal vs non legal trade scale calibration

Legal trade and non-legal trade scales both have regulations and rules at the manufacturing level, and each have their potential upsides and drawbacks to discuss before purchasing, calibrating, or re-calibrating them. But how do they affect…

The Robotics Industry has Started Using RTK

Real Time Kinematics (RTK) is used in field robotics to help a mobile robot position itself in the world, and use that information to navigate in real time around obstacles and to waypoints depending on their application. Robots Using GNSS…