Technology Update - EAW News Aug 2020
Aug. 25 2020
Welcome to our August issue of Bureau Veritas’ global EAW eNewsletter providing our latest updates on electrical and electronics, automotive and wireless market segments.
Bureau Veritas USA launches 5G Device Certification Testing
Our Silicon Valley laboratory in Sunnyvale, California is fully equipped and ready to offer 5G certification testing for GCF/PTCRB and key US carrier requirements such as Verizon Wireless and AT&T. The new location extends our existing portfolio of 5G laboratories located in China, Taiwan and Korea.
Collaborating with Keysight, a leader in 5G technology, we can now support various clients including new integrators of 5G technology, both FR1 and FR2, across diverse industries such as new mobility, medical devices, gaming, manufacturing and agriculture.
Bureau Veritas supports C-V2X Rollout
Bureau Veritas is a unique partner within the New Mobility ecosystem. Our New Mobility global network of technical competence centers in USA, Europe and Asia meets the needs of the rapid convergence of technology for players in the connected and autonomous vehicle market.
We are supporting the rollout and adoption of Cellular V2X technology with the hosting of two C-V2X Plugfests being held in Seoul, Korea on 5 – 8 October and in Detroit, USA on 12 – 16 October. Registering to this online event will allow you to participate via virtual networking, hear from our industry specialists and thought leaders whilst engaging in conformance and interoperability testing from the comfort of your home office.
Bureau Veritas – Testing Partner for the ioXt Alliance to validate Cybersecurity of IoT Devices
The ioXt Alliance has announced that major technology companies and manufacturers have certified a wide range of devices through the ioXt Alliance Certification Program. As one of the ioXt Alliance testing partners and a contributor member, Bureau Veritas can support IoT device manufacturers comply with ioXt security requirements whilst effectively identifying common known vulnerabilities in connected devices and products.
Smart Home & IoT Cybersecurity Webinar Series
With accelerated business transformation, especially as it relates to data, digital and analytics being the new normal; the issue of security of connected objects becomes ever more pressing. To support device buyers and sellers worldwide, we have held a series of complimentary online webinars focusing on smart home solutions as well as IoT cybersecurity.
By registering, you will get the replay of our complimentary webinars, allowing you to attend at your own convenience while gaining insights from our technical specialists for your global market access compliance.
Smart Home Essentials Series – Top Tips for Fast Market Access
Join our IoT essential webinar to discover our Total Smart Home Solution and explore the latest market dynamics and needs, product to app usability, connectivity and bandwidth as well as privacy and security requirements.
IoT Cybersecurity Essentials Series #1 – Challenges, Risks & Regulatory Framework
Companies and IoT device manufacturers need to demonstrate due diligence has been carried and implement best practice approaches in the assessment of the resilience of their connected products to provide confidence to the end users. Join our cybersecurity essentials webinar to get the latest information.
IoT Cybersecurity Essentials Series #2 – Understanding & Managing Vulnerabilities
To validate your product is protected against all known vulnerabilities, you firstly need to understand what the known vulnerabilities are and then secondly test your connected object to validate it is protected. Join our cybersecurity essentials webinar to get the latest information.
IoT Cybersecurity Essentials Series #3 – Demonstrating Trust, Maintaining Compliance
After price, cybersecurity is the main criteria that consumers consider when purchasing connected objects. They especially look for means to identify and select the level of security via labels. Join our webinar to see how you can benefit from the Bureau Veritas Cybersecurity Assessment Scheme.