Glossary of terms used on this siteThere are 3 entries in this glossary.
On-board mass monitoring. Any means by which a vehicle's mass is monitored using on-board instrumentation. Examples include fifth wheel, steel-sprung suspension and air-bag suspension.
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development of which several countries, including Australia and New Zealand, are members.
International Organization of Legal Metrology - a worldwide, intergovernmental organisation whose primary aim is to harmonise the regulations and metrological controls of certain measuring instruments, such as portable wheel and axle scales, and specify methods and equipment for checking their conformity.