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The digital gap and gas measurement techniques and their effects
by Mr. Eng.Talaat ALRAHALI, Mr. Eng. Nasser M. AlQahtan , Mr. Eng. Abdulrahman R. AlAskar., Mrs./Ms. Eng. Farah A. AlJamaan.


The digital gap has many aspects, which prompted the different factions of society to define it, each according to its competence. We find that the digital gap is the gap that separates those who have knowledge and the ability to use modern technologies and those who do not have this knowledge and that ability. There are many reasons behind the widening of the digital gap between developing countries and the developed world, as a result of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the acceleration in technologies, and there are still large digital gaps between them and this affects the climate, sustainable development and the increase of gases emitted, which requires bridging this gap and addressing the resulting challenges and their effects on the environment Achieving the goals and objectives by adjusting the accuracy of measurement and calibration devices to achieve the following objectives: - Providing and enhancing access to information technology and increasing its employment in gas measurements and calibration of its devices. - Bridging the digital gap that operates within the scope of digital transformation to monitor gases and ensure the quality of life and the environment. - Addressing the challenges arising from the digital gap to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the industrial and technology sector. - Playing a leading role in the environment of measurement and Information and the industrial information society has become the dominant force on peoples' economy and climate based on accurate information, data, and statistics that can achieve success in all fields. The information revolution is the force on which people's economy depends. It depends on the existence of the means of communication available for these modern technologies and their proper use. Closing the digital gap contributes to the measurement of emitted gases and their effects in order to measure substances in the air. Units and measurement devices differ according to the different types of substance, whether it is solid, gaseous, or liquid. The need to bridge the digital divide in the most common mass flowmeters used for gases are heat flow meters or Smart Measurement ATMFs. It uses the method of constant temperature difference to measure the flow rate of the gas mass, and the application of artificial intelligence techniques and modern techniques to monitor these gases and adjust the measurement and accuracy of uncertainty by applying modern technologies and digital transformation..


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Topic : Theme 2: Accuracy requirements for atmospheric composition measurements across economic sectors, and temporal and spatial scales.
Reference : T2-A21

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