The Global EMC Advantage
meet or exceed market regulatory requirements
All major international markets have established agencies maintaining and enforcing Product Safety and EMC standards of new products in their country and often smaller countries adopt the requirements of their neighbours.
Meet or exceed market regulatory requirements
Equipment manufacturers and distributors must comply with local market standards and rules to legally sell their products in target countries. Global's professional team monitors and keeps current on the global compliance process, remains current on the constant evolution of industry accreditations. Often clients will want to exceed local standards for marketing or competitive reasons. The vast experience of the Global EMC team will identify the unique testing and certification programs of these markets and identify options to raise the operating capability of client products.
Ease your international product launch with client focussed results
Often, the many reworks and improvements in the product development process result in a very compressed time period to carry out product safety and EMC compliance testing. Global EMC prides itself on the close working relationship with product managers who require tight, timely test programs and immediate identification of potential issues. The Global team is empowered to identify issues, propose remedies and deal directly with the clients to expedite timely project completions. (See Canary Case Study)
Reduce your risk of non-compliance
All Global EMC technical team members are Professional Engineers with significant EMC experience and background knowledge of industry issues or emerging concerns. New products that incorporate new technical breakthroughs are reviewed with Global's Senior EMC advisors and senior managers. Unique test programs may be developed through dialogue with industry experts or independent advisors. Occasionally, potential non-compliance factors may arise and Global's engineers work closely with clients to mitigate these issues. (See Canary Case Study)