The Metrication matters web site is loaded with useful information for anyone who is planning a transition to the metric system. Pat Naughtin also writes a monthly newsletter that shares metrication information from other people all around the world who are also involved in a metrication upgrade.
action site - Do you get frustrated when you have to do conversions? Wonder why we use different measuring systems or names with different values depending on what you're measuring? Is your business suffering because you build using a measurement system the rest of the world has discarded?
|Metric 4 Us
We need the better system - now! Not for the sake of the rest of the world, but for the benefit of us!
|The U.S. Metric Association (USMA), Inc.
The U.S. Metric Association (USMA), Inc., is a national non-profit organization that was founded in 1916. It advocates U.S. conversion to the International System of Units, known by the abbreviation SI (ess-eye) and also called the modern metric system. The process of changing measurement units to the metric system is called metric transition or metrication.
|UK Metric Associations
Metric Views is the UK Metric Associations blog. It's a very informative site as to what's going on day to day in the UK as they finish conversion. This website aims to enable rapid response and comment on current issues and news items relevant to the UK’s changeover to the international metric system of measurement.
A sight aiming to help schools and businesses become metric aware.
Fun filled American metric learning experience that simply demonstrates everyday measuring.
|Units of Measurement
A page dedicated to listing all the units of measurement. Quite useful if someone gives you something bizarre like the breakfast cup
|The Metric System
This site has good reference material for learning metric
SI Navigator has links to a lot of useful metric sites including metric supplies and consultants.
Metrication consultant services
|National Institut of Standarards and Technology
NIST Guide to SI The official NIST guide to the International System of Units. Publication SP811.