At SPS IPC Drives, held in Nuremberg from 22–24 November 2016, TÜV SÜD will demonstrate how testing services provided by a globally operating service provider can help to ensure rapid and efficient international market access in industries that are subject to extremely dynamic markets and ever-shorter product cycles. TÜV SÜD’s services include performance of testing in accordance with UL and CSA standards; the company also holds Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) status and conducts multiple certification in accordance with the CB Scheme. Visitors can also find out more about the necessary tests for the wireless and radio industry, where changes have recently been introduced in the underlying regulations.
Visitors to the trade show can ask TÜV SÜD’s experts for information about changes to the requirements imposed by standards in the wireless industry. These revised regulations will see importers and retailers adopting greater responsibility in future, and will also require them to meet considerably more far-reaching obligations concerning documentation. In addition, the scope of regulations will be expanded to include devices that have not previously been covered. This is particularly critical for global approval procedures and for components and machinery in production systems, which must fulfil increasing levels of automation and connectivity.
TÜV SÜD’s Global Market Access experts provide efficient support, particularly for products that need to be launched promptly across multiple markets. They are familiar with the various requirements in the regulations concerning electrical safety, electromagnetic compatibility and wireless technologies, and are able to deliver interpretations and evaluations. In addition, test reports generally need to be translated into the local language, and some countries only recognise tests and testing certificates if the testing organisation has representation and accreditation there. TÜV SÜD can coordinate and supply these services from a single source, enabling customers to launch their new products on many different markets with speed and cost-efficiency.
150 years after its foundation, TÜV SÜD thus demonstrates that technological expertise is more essential than ever in all environments where products and technologies need to be launched on the market efficiently, fast and – above all – safely. Visitors to the TÜV SÜD stand will also have the opportunity to test their knowledge of the world’s oldest testing and inspection company in a fun quiz.
For more information, visit www.tuv-sud.com/ps.
Press-contact: Heidi Atzler