Jennifer Herron, founder & CEO of Action Engineering, will present “QIF as an ISO standard for the automated Industry” at Metromeet 2021.
Jennifer Herron, DMSC BOD Member, presents QIF 3.0 approved as an ISO standard in 2020, bringing a standard for interoperability of 3D metrology data to the world. On November 9th, 2018, the ISO / TC 184 / SC 4 meeting in Chicago, Illinois (USA), approved by “Unanimous Consent” and was sent to Resolution M – Submission of Quality Information Framework (QIF) for Fast Track Ballot. In July 2020, ISO approved and entirely harvested the ANSI/DMSC QIF v3.0 standard, changing only the cover-sheet, copyright, headers, and footers. The ISO ballot includes an Explanatory report for harvesting QIF 3.0 into the ISO TC184 / SC4 Working Group 15 on Digital Manufacturing. It includes a mapping of entities found between STEP-AP 242 and QIF. The QIF website provides a free download of the schema and normative document. Access the QIF Community for a QIF schema browser, QIF sample instance files, QIF source code bindings, QIF “Issues” list, and getting started video. Finally, you can contact the DMSC with your questions at email@example.com.
March 25, 2021 ᛫ Virtual
8:45 am – 10:00 am MT // 10:45 am – 12:00 pm ET // 15:45 – 16:20 UTC +0
This conference is designed to showcase how Metrology is becoming an essential asset for the factory of the future, driving smart manufacturing & Intelligent Industry. We will bring together the leading experts in Advanced Metrology, Industry 4.0 and 5G Industry – to present the successes and challenges of practicing new forms of Digital Metrology, and how to improve accuracy and efficiency of workflows for the intelligent Industry. You may follow the live presentations, participate in discussions via Q&A, and you will even have access to the Conference material.
Founder & CEO
Jennifer Herron is the CEO of Action Engineering, a registered Women-Owned Small Business specializing in guiding organizations through their transformation into a Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) using Model-Based Definition (MBD). She serves on the Digital Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) Board of Directors, which maintains the QIF and DMIS standards. Ms. Herron has extensive experience with the hardware design for spaceflight and military systems, and as such, is an expert in multiple CAD packages (e.g., Creo, NX, SOLIDWORKS, Inventor). She holds a patent for a snake propulsion mechanism and is the author of Re-Use Your CAD: The Model-Based CAD Handbook. Because standards are the lynchpin to a digital transformation, she serves on the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) to write standards that empower all industries to do business differently.