In this podcast episode, internationally renowned US-American cybersecurity expert Matthew Rosenquist shares his views on the new normal in cybersecurity with a special look at small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has adopted an international regulation for automated lane keeping systems (ALKS).
TÜV SÜD Japan, local subsidiary of TÜV SÜD, a globally acclaimed German safety and quality expert, launched certification service for Blue Light Ratio in July 2020.
Bridge alert management (BAM) is a concept, defined by the IMO, for the management, handling and harmonized presentation of alerts on the bridge. BAM imposes requirements on equipment that handles and presents alerts on the bridge, including equipment that provides central alert management (CAM) system functionalities.
Mary joined TÜV SÜD 31 years ago, as a graduate in its EMC Service Line. Since then she has held various technical and managerial roles, most recently as Director of Test Operations.
Medical devices often need to fulfil a variety of different requirements simultaneously.
Whether in medical technology, aerospace or automotive, more and more industries are using 3D printing and additive manufacturing as standard.
TÜV SÜD has published the first ever complete guidelines for Hyperloop applications. “Hyperloop” is an umbrella term for innovative high-speed transportation systems.
In this podcast episode, cybersecurity expert Mirko Ross discusses the security shortcomings of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how we can improve IoT security.
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