19 — 21 September 2022
19th September, 16:10 CEST
Siemens Building, Sitzungssaal 310
- Cristian Zet, Gheorghe Asachi Tehnical University of Iaşi, Iaşi, Romania
- Gabriel Dumitriu, Individual Enterprise GCD, Iasi, Romania
- Cristian Foşalău, Gheorghe Asachi Tehnical University of Iaşi, Iaşi, Romania
- Gabriel Constantin Sârbu, Gheorghe Asachi Tehnical University of Iaşi, Iaşi, Romania
Digital technologies are used in instrumentation and measurements since many years. The use of microprocessors in measuring instruments became a common practice, bringing the advantage of extended information processing at the instrument level, digital interface and remote control. The instrument can be calibrated and verified within an automated system which can carry all the process without the operator interference and to generate in the end the calibration certificate. The paper presents the possibility of joining the calibration of an instrument with a reference source using an automated test system with the Blockchain technology for creating a Digital Calibration Certificate (DCC). As benefits there are the traceability of the DCC, impossibility of being altered and the full history can be maintained in its digital wallet.