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A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) exchange ceremony between SIRIM Berhad and Keysight Technologies Malaysia Sdn. Bhd

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A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) exchange ceremony between SIRIM Berhad and Keysight Technologies Malaysia Sdn. Bhd was held on 7th August 2017 in NMIM.  The signing of this MOU signifies the importance and the mutual benefits to be derived by both parties; strengthening technical cooperation, to develop NMIM's capability to disseminate traceability capability in RF & Microwave.  At the event, President and Group Chief Executive of SIRIM Berhad, Prof. Ir. Dr. Ahmad Fadzil Mohamad Hani, F.ASc, FIEM delivered a Welcoming Address to the delegates of Keysight Technologies Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. led by Dato' Noorashidah Ahmad, Vice President & General Manager of Global Order Fulfillment & Supply Chain.  Invited guests for the ceremony include Management Team of SIRIM Berhad, NMIM, Management of SIRIM Standards Technology Sdn. Bhd. and personnel from SIRIM Measurements Technology Sdn. Bhd.  After the ceremony, the attendees were brought to visit Radio Frequency (RF) & Microwave Laboratory, Time & Frequency Laboratory and Power & Energy Laboratory and was briefed on NMIM's responsibility to the nation in developing, establishing and maintaining the National Measurement Standards to ensure the National Measurement System meets global measurement. Both SIRIM Berhad and Keysight Technologies Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. has expressed  strong  interest in maintaining and strengthening cooperation in the effort to make Malaysia an RF & Microwave measurement hub for the Electrical & Electronics (E & E) industry in Southeast Asia.


Asia Pacific Metrology Programme (APMP) 2017 Mid-Year Meetings, Joint APMP/APLMF Workshop on Modernising National Metrological Infrastructure and Celebration World Metrology Day 2017

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22 May 2017, National Metrology Institute of Malaysia (NMIM) hosted the Asia Pacific Metrology Programme (APMP) Mid-Year Meetings and Joint APMP/APLMF Workshop on Modernising National Metrology Infrastructure. Both programmes were held concurrently at Hatten Hotel, Malacca from May 22 - 26, 2017. In conjunction with both programmes, NMIM took the opportunity to launch the celebration of World Metrology Day 2017 which falls on 20 May annually, with the presence of world leaders on metrology. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Measurements for Transport”. It was the most memorable event to the local measurement scene as the opening of all the programmes were officiated by Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Madius Tangau.

During the memorable event, Malaysia is truly honoured to have the presence of world leaders on metrology; Dr. Barry Inglis President of the International Committee Of Weights and Measures (CIPM), Dr. Stephen Patoray Director of International Bureau of Legal Metrology (BIML), Dr. Toshiyuki Takatsuji Chair of Asia Pacific Metrology Programme (APMP), Mr. Stephen O‘Brien President of Asia-Pacific Legal Metrology Forum (APLMF) and regional experts on scientific and legal metrology.

The APMP Mid-Year Meetings are held annually not only for the purpose of strategic planning of the APMP but also to create awareness of the importance of metrology amongst local stakeholders and to further foster the interaction of local experts with regional experts in the field of metrology. The Joint APLMF/APMP on Modernising National Metrology Infrastructures is a Metrology Enabling Developing Economies in Asia or MEDEA project funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany. The workshop combined the scientific and legal metrology communities on the same platform to share their experience in developing their National Metrology Infrastructure. The aim of a national metrological infrastructure is to meet the demands of society, industry and the scientific community for reliable and accurate measurements. This 2-day workshop is designed to expose participants to relevant tools and good practices they can adopt to ensure their measurement infrastructure is meeting their economy’s requirements.

Malaysia as the host for this event gathered more than 24 countries in Asia Pacific consisting of representatives of the international metrology bodies along the Directors of National Metrology Institutes (NMIs) and representatives of the authorities of Legal Metrology. By successfully organising this event, Malaysia has gained more respect globally in matters related to metrology. Furthermore, Malaysia through NMIM has been actively providing the traceability of measurements to the whole country based on the International System of Units.

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  • new capabilities
    National Metrology Institute of Malaysia (NMIM) is established to support the industries and nation’s needs on the reliability of measurement unit in Malaysia. Its existence has evolved from a local calibration organization to positioning itself as standard laboratory which is recognized internationally.  

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  • PT MA
    Proficiency Testing (PT) is the determination of the calibration or testing performance of a laboratory by means of inter-laboratory comparison (ILC). Inter-laboratory comparisons in which an artefact is distributed to laboratories and the results are compared to reference values - to determine the performance of individual lab in the comparison. Measurement audits (MA) in which an artefact is distributed to one laboratory and the results are compared to reference values (one-off). 

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  • med edu
    With more than 50 internationally trained metrologists in various measurement fields, NMIM provides Metrology Education Programme (MEP) which includes the specific training courses as well as the consultancy services. The scope of NMIM’s MEP spans from Quality to Electrical, Mechanical, Temperature, Humidity, Density, Viscosity, Flow and Chemistry. NMIM also entertains sessions at requested dates, tailor ­made training packages as per customers’ requirements and in ­house training sessions. 

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  • calibration services
    Calibration plays an important role to ensure the accuracy of a measurement and quality control. It is essential to guarantee quality of products is at best due to competitiveness of various sectors arises nowadays. In addition to that, the science of measurement is crucial in economic development, social well- being, safety and health as well as public welfare. 
    NMIM functions as reference standard laboratory that provides traceability to the SI unit for mass (weight), length, time, resistance, voltage and density.

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  • Int membership
    • Metre Convention (Diplomatic Treaty) - since 2001
    • International Committee of Weights and Measures Mutual Recognition Arrangement (CIPM-MRA) - since 2001
    • Asia Pacific Metrology Programme (APMP) - since 1977
    • Asia Pacific Legal Metrology Forum (APLMF) - since 1999
    • ASEAN Consultative Committee Standards and Quality (ACCSQ) - since 1993
    • National Conference of Standards Laboratories International (NCSLI, USA) - since 2010
  • int prog
    The Mutual Recognition Arrangement of International Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM MRA) is the supporting structure through the National Metrology Institutes (NMIs) in corroborate the international equivalence of their measurement standards and the calibration and measurement certificates issued by them. The technical basis of CIPM MRA is the set of results obtained for certain range of time through scientific key comparison carried out by the Consultative Committees (CCs) of the CIPM, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) and the Regional Metrology Organizations (RMOs).

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  • trade

    The Weights And Measures Act 1972 provides the legal basis for examining and approving patterns/designs of measuring instruments suitable for use for trade and other legal purposes.

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  • ref material
    Reference material issued by National Metrology Institute of Malaysia (NMIM) are produced according to ISO Guide 34 to ensure their consistency in quality with a well‐defined traceability to SI unit. NMIM is continuously developing new reference materials to act as calibration reference.

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National Metrology Institute of Malaysia (NMIM) has secured two gold medals and one silver in the International Innovation (ITEX 2017) held at the KLCC Convention Center, 11 to 13 May 2017.  The innovation project titled Harmonization of Opacity Measurement in Malaysia (MYRM Opacity) has received a gold medal and also won the Special Award - Best invention for the category of Research Institute.  The ceremony was officiated by the Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dato Dr. Abu Bakar Mohamad Diah.

NMIM also received a gold medal for innovation projects titled High Accuracy Measurement Approach in Tint (Tint MYRM) and a silver medal for the project Malaysia Reference Material Gold (Gold MYRM).  The MYRM Opacity and Tint represent innovation projects from Electrical Group by Dr. Mohd Nizam Abdullah, Mr. Muhammad Zawawi Samsudin and Mr. Mohd Khairi Khalid.  The silver medal won by innovation project MYRM Gold represent by Mr. Adlan Akram and Ms. Norliza Baharom (Chemistry Group), Mr. Fazrulhisyam Mohd Nor and Mrs. Razinah Noor Rahmat (Thermophysical Group).


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