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This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

Testing, Inspection and Certification

  • Radio Type Approval

Cost-effective strategies for the international type approvals of different variants of radio equipment

When considering the requirements to access the global market for radio equipment, the EU and the USA are, usually, the first to be taken into account, mainly due to the importance of their markets and to their technical requirements, being the basis of most national regulations. EU and FCC test reports/certificates are widely accepted in [...]

By |November 9th, 2020|Certification, Type Approval|
  • Zugversuch Querformat

3D printed parts testing: support every step of the way

Additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, provides extraordinary flexibility, freeing designers from production related constraints and reducing innovation costs. Creativity can now be unleashed to focus on parts performance such as weight reduction, aerodynamics, functionality and safety. Did you know that currently 3D-printed parts are more exhaustively tested than those produced by any other manufacturing method? Additive [...]

By |October 8th, 2020|Industry, Testing|
  • E-testing Graph Applus+ laboratories

Applus+ E-testing: Witness Your Structural Tests Remotely

Many of our clients visit our structural testing facilities in Barcelona to witness their tests and follow them in real-time. In some cases, they even invite their own end clients to witness the testing process with them. In 2010, Applus+ released a secure online testing environment called E-Testing that allows you (and your own end clients) to [...]

By |September 10th, 2020|Industry, Innovation, Testing|
  • Lateral laser

Lateral Laser Fault Injection: a new variant to one of the most effective hardware attack on secure chips, developed by Applus+ Laboratories

IT security laboratories collaborate with the semiconductor industry to evaluate Integrated Circuit (IC) security against the latest-known attack techniques. To help assess the resilience of ICT products against penetration attacks, cyber-security experts join forces with leading technology companies to develop new testing standards and certification schemes across industry working groups. Laboratories invest in R&D activities [...]

By , , and |February 13th, 2020|Inspection, Testing|
  • CE-Marking

Update: CE Marking and the regulatory landscape for doors

In the past months, two different events occurred affecting the regulatory landscape for doors and windows, with opposite outcomes. After two years of transition period, EN 16034:2014 is now fully enforced. This standard regulates the fire and smoke requirements for doors and windows. Compliance with this standard is now mandatory to achieve CE Marking, but [...]

By |February 6th, 2020|Certification, Testing|
  • Routes to Machinery Directive conformity for ‘hazardous’ presses: EC type-examination vs full quality assurance

Routes to Machinery Directive conformity for ‘hazardous’ presses: EC type-examination vs full quality assurance

Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery sets out the vital worker- and user-safety requirements that machinery must meet before it can be sold in the European Union. In Annex IV, this directive lists various types of machinery that are considered hazardous and details a number of routes by which their manufacturers, or the customers that purchase and use them, can demonstrate their conformity with the directive. […]

By |January 13th, 2020|Industry|
  • EMC Testing

EMC Testing on Electrical & Hybrid Vehicles: Technological, Regulatory & Testing Challenges

Mobility legislation at the international level is evolving to incorporate the sustainability commitments that will reduce vehicle fuel emissions, in particular within European regulation and restrictions on fuel-powered vehicles travelling in major cities. These regulatory changes are accelerating a profound technological transformation in the automotive sector. Manufacturers are being pushed to focus on new innovation [...]

By |December 18th, 2019|Automotive, Innovation, Testing|
  • applus1

Rubber seals design and manufacturing: is 3D printing a viable alternative for customized small-series production in the aerospace industry?

Rubber seals are one of the most relevant components in transportation to ensure water and air tightness. Historically, designers have had to downsize their innovation efforts due to the inconvenience of having to adapt to the existing standardized rubber seal models in the market. […]

By |December 3rd, 2019|Innovation|
  • Mobile USB-C ports and public chargers: an easy target for hackers

Mobile USB-C ports and public chargers: an easy target for hackers

In most companies, executives and employees undertake best-practice training on the use and security of their company’s mobile phones and computers. Typically, the guidelines will include precautions against hacking, which can cause the loss or phishing of sensitive data and seriously affect the economy and reputation of a company. Among these recommendations, users of company [...]

By |August 27th, 2019|Certification, Innovation, Telecommunications|
  • Road Ahead

5G and Autonomous Vehicles: The Road Ahead for Connectivity Testing and Compliance

In the previous post exploring the standardisation of technology for vehicle connectivity, we have seen that the existing connectivity technologies, such as C-V2X and U-V2X, do not have the capacity nor speed to reach the low-latency and data-rich connectivity required for level 5[1] autonomous vehicles. The arrival of 5G technology will signal the key turning [...]

By |August 1st, 2019|Automotive, Innovation, Testing|
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