NPL brings measurement and engineering expertise to your organisation. Global and national trends in manufacturing like digital industrialisation, environmental concerns and energy challenges are generating new markets, products and disruptive materials and processes. As a leader in technology. We have a wide portfolio of products including:
- High-quality calibration services: NPL offers a comprehensive range of services, all of which are directly traceable to the internationally recognised primary measurement standards. Our highly‑accurate measurement instruments, sensors and artefacts are designed to enhance your business.
- Electronics reliability service: We provide characterisation and testing for electronic components in harsh and safety critical environments, such as electric vehicles, defence applications and medical devices.
- Specialist training courses: Learners will quickly make a difference within their workplaces and generate a return on training investment by improving their organisation’s measurement capability. We have new modules on composites materials.
Visit us at on stand G36 and find out how our products and services can advance your engineering.
Join us at this year’s Advanced Engineering Show (AEUK19)
Come and hear from our experts
Design excellence and smart factory from a metrology perspective
Mark Summers, Head of Advanced Manufacturing at NPL
High value manufacturing sectors are in the ideal position to take advantage of design excellence and smart factory capabilities. Reducing time to market and increasing productivity will be enabled through intelligent automation and data analytics capable of supporting product and process validation and verification, and inline measurement within series production.
Aerospace Forum, 31 October, 12.00 - 13.00
Increasing UK competitiveness by enhancing the composites materials regulatory infrastructure
Stefanos Giannis, Principal Research Scientist in Composites Processing at NPL
Consultation with industry and review of relevant studies, has identified a series of actions that can unlock the current regulatory barriers and increase the use of composite materials across the advanced manufacturing sectors.
Composites Forum, 31st October, 13.00 - 14.00