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TÜV SÜD's podcast "Safety First": Crystal ball for 2020 and beyond


In this podcast episode Sam Curry, Chief Security Officer of Cybereason, shares his views on the future of cybersecurity after the impact of the coronavirus crisis: How are the pandemic and the accompanying economic situation affecting cybersecurity?

TÜV SÜD Appoints Industry Veteran to Lead New Regulatory Inspection Service


TÜV SÜD has appointed Michael Hargreaves as Technical Director of its new LOLER Inspection Service.

TÜV SÜD now recognised as BACnet testing laboratory


TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH has received official accreditation from BACnet International as Recognized BACnet Test Organization.

evety paves the way to hydrogen economy for industry, logistics, mobility and the energy sector


OGE, TÜV SÜD and Horváth & Partners today announced the establishment of a joint company at a press conference.

Machinery safety for the 21st century


Industry 4.0 (or smart manufacturing, or IIOT) came to the forefront, and with it a host of new terms like digital twin, interoperability and connectivity. More recently, COVID-19 has brought challenges of remote working and adjusting how we view and access the world at large.

Digitized Machinery Safety Compliance


Machinery safety compliance is as much about the management of any required remedial actions as it is about the initial risk assessment, but this management process has always been the more difficult part to deal with.

Collaborate to Innovate


Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), in partnership with TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory and McMenon, has been awarded funding from CENSIS, Scotland’s sensing and imaging Innovation Centre, for a PhD research project set to begin in autumn 2020.

Changing payment habits through COVID-19


Are contactless payments the new norm or will the European commission’s ‘Strong Customer Authentication’ (SCA) regulation hold back the use of contactless payments?

HSE guidance note for dutyholders and inspectors


As highlighted by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), manufacturing is a critical part of our economy with no restriction on manufacturing continuing under the current rules.

Flow Measurement Facilities for the Future


TÜV SÜD is progressing a £2.3 M project to modernise the facilities in preparation for process automation and future industrial requirements. Once completed, each of the National Flow Measurement Standards will have improved measurement capability, even lower uncertainty and can support the move to flexible 7-day operation.

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