DIN participates in event for Digital QI dialogue in Brazil


The Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry, Commerce, and Services (MDIC) and the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI) recently held their second seminar on "Quality Infrastructure in the Digital Age".  The event discussed the use of digital tools and solutions within Quality Infrastructure (QI).

An efficient and future-proof QI requires the development of digital tools and processes. © rawpixel.com on Freepik

Members of various organisations such as Inmetro, TIC Council as well as other regulatory bodies in Brazil attended the seminar on 02 October. The GPQI team invited Benjamin Helfritz, Coordinating Manager for the QI-Digital initiative at DIN to participate in the event. Helfritz presented German and European experiences with the digitalisation of QI and introduced important projects such as QI-Digital, Quality-X and Digital Product Passport initiatives.


Brazil is in the process of developing its National Strategy on QI. To this end, it has launched public consultations, dialogues, and exchanges of experiences to better implement the strategy in the country. The seminar and other events are part of this process. The events aim to stimulate debate and participation among the central actors of QI in Brazil and serve as a platform to share ideas and experiences.

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