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National Measurement Standards

The National Measurement Laboratory is one of our main projects.  It aims to establish, maintain, and disseminate national measurement standards.  Over 100 national standards in 15 fields have been established which satisfy domestic demands for primary calibration.  The established standards support direct / indirect traceability services of over 5,000,000 cases every year with a testing/calibration market of 10 billion NT Dollars. To assure traceability and maintain international equivalence, the Center for Measurement Standards has its calibration and measurement capabilities (CMCs) recorded in the BIPM key comparison database. 

To support the hi-tech industry, we are devoted to advanced research projects such as Absolute Distance Measurement Using Optical Frequency Comb, Advanced Material Metrology, etc. Furthermore, Primary Electricity Standards are newly developed to ensure precise measurement of electricity consumption, 3D Measurement System & Technology established for upgrading machine tool industry, Primary Measurement Standards of Greenhouse Gases developed for containing gas emission for green energy industry.  Besides, standards for Flat Panel Display and FPD Inspection Technology have been established as well as testing service opened for the industry. 
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Instrumentation and Sensing

Precision inspection and instrumentation technology are indispensable in industrial development and innovation, and are also key components to enhancing product value and market shares. The Center for Measurement Standards has been devoting itself to the research of instrumentation technologies for years, focusing recently on the development of Intelligent Optical Inspection Technology for Automatic Fabrication, especially for Semiconductor, PD, LED, PV, TP industry applications. Kinds of inspection technology, collaborative evaluation, new measurement methods for 3D-IC, touch/flexible electronics, and LCD are developed to solve the increasingly complicated challenges of 3D surfaces, nanoscale size measurement, on-line full inspection, and real-time feedback.


The Center led the formation of the AOI Equipment Association to strengthen the communication between upstream and downstream industries. It turns to be flourishing by getting warm response from the industry and recruits over 1,000 members. The Association is a platform for members to expedite their development of self-brand products and technology.

Smart Sensing

The Nanosecond Pulse Near-field Sensing Technology is a novel innovation which can achieve non-contact detection of user's physiological signals, such as heartbeat, breathing, blood pressure, and pulse. Leveraging this technology’s advantages of higher mobility and flexibility, we explore a wide range of applications such as home care, global positioning, emergency help, and fatigue alert, as well as smart wearable devices for fitness recording and auto-adjustable beds for stopping suspension of breathing while sleeping.