The automotive industry is a microcosm of the far-reaching changes currently taking place throughout society. But proactive support is on hand from the experts at TÜV SÜD Division Mobility to help master the increasingly complex demands of the automotive market in technological, economic and structural terms. TÜV SÜD’s expertise is highly sought after all over the world in areas such as electromobility, autonomous driving and homologation – in other words, wherever safe, secure design is called for in new technologies such as highly automated driving. In addition, TÜV SÜD is driving the application of international standards in the development of highly automated vehicles, smoothing access to markets and accelerating the launch of new technology. The experts are also on the move – both personally and digitally – on behalf of their customers in the automotive trade; TÜV SÜD’s remarketing and vehicle management activities focus on smart digital solutions that deliver long-term support for businesses.
For small- and medium-sized car dealerships and repair shops, finding the right way to enter the damage market is costly and time consuming. However, this market offers huge potential. According to the German Insurance Association (GDV), total third-party liability claims paid out by insurers amounted to 14.5 billion euros in 2017 – and this total has been rising for years. Given this, TÜV SÜD experts offer end-to-end damage management at the push of a button. In the blink of an eye, the Blue Button online platform establishes contact to a TÜV SÜD motor vehicle inspector and ensures fast and smooth processes for all kinds of damage. But Blue Button is just one of the topics addressed by TÜV SÜD at IAA 2019 in Frankfurt am Main between 22 and 24 September. Further topics presented at TÜV SÜD's Stand E09 in Hall 4.1 include HAD, GMA, Intermodal Mobility and PhotoFairy360°.
In July 2019, TÜV SÜD PSB signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Vietnam Certification Centre Quacert in the field of testing and factory inspection. The purpose of this agreement is to have Quacert's TÜV SÜD test results and factory test reports recognized, to receive training on Vietnamese regulations and certification requirements, and to maintain technical competence for the specified scope of Vietnam's national technical standards.
According to online statistics platform Statista, sales revenues in the beauty products industry (cosmetics and personal care products) for 2018 amounted to 6.33 billion euros in Germany and as much as 295 billion euros worldwide. A huge figure, yet the market continues to grow. New sales markets are developing, particularly in the emerging economies in Asia and the Pacific region. However, although cosmetic products are traded at international and global level, there is no harmonised testing and approval process – a real challenge. TÜV SÜD now addresses this challenge in a new White Paper.
At it-sa 2019, Europe’s largest trade show for IT security, TÜV SÜD and its three subsidiaries of TÜV SÜD Sec-IT, Uniscon and TÜV SÜD Akademie will present its portfolio of cybersecurity and data protection services. The experts from TÜV SÜD will be in attendance at the trade show from 8 to 10 October, providing information about IT security issues and the company’s services in various presentations and at booth 9-109 in Hall 9.
TÜV SÜD Real Estate Division is pleased to announce a recent tranche of staff promotions within the business.
Miklós Cseresznyák is the new CEO of ÉMI-TÜV SÜD Kft. Bringing extensive management experience to his role, Miklós Cseresznyák will strengthen ÉMI-TÜV SÜD’s current position on the domestic market. ÉMI-TÜV SÜD Kft. is a joint venture of ÉMI Non-profit Llc. and German testing and certification organisation TÜV SÜD AG.
TÜV SÜD’s new accreditation enables continuation of CE certification post brexit
Nordex has commissioned TÜV SÜD to carry out type certification of their latest wind turbine generators (WTG) N149/5.X and N163/5.X. The turbines are designed for land-constrained markets in Europe as well as other global markets, such as the USA and Australia. Type certification of wind turbines is a procedure recognised at international level for establishing that these complex technical systems comply with international standards.
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