Xercsis Marker, Executive Vice President & Business Head, Godrej Lawkim Motors in an interaction with the Industry Outlook, shares his insights on the calibration services market and concerns pertaining to measurement uncertainty, correction of measurement bias, and more.
Calibration Services Market size is projected to reach USD 10.54 Bn by 2028. How do you see this market developing India? What are the factors propelling the growth?
The Indiancalibration and repair services
market offers significant revenue potential for service providers, as rising local demand attracts multinationals, resulting in unprecedented growth in this market. It is expected to reach INR 927Crs by 2025, driven by increased quality awareness, metrology adoption in manufacturing processes, and stringent regulations.
As a result, competition in India's calibration and repair services market is increasing, forcing participants to devise innovative strategies to maximise market performance.
Poor instrument precision or unsuspected day-to-day effects may result in standard deviations that are large enough to jeopardize the calibration. How can this problem be solved?
The best strategy before committing to a specific instrument is to estimate its precision in the environment of use for determining whether it is good enough for the requirement. An important point to consider, but one that is often overlooked, is that differences in responses from unsuspected daily effects can invalidate the analysis.
A plot of the calibration data aggregate may not reveal changes in instrument response from day-to-day. A plot of the data's fine structure that reveals all the regular differences in the calibration data is required.