TÜV SÜD’s testing laboratories recently received full accreditation from the International Safe Transit Association (ISTA).
TÜV SÜD will be represented once again at the 11th Aviation Forum, showcasing its extensive services in Advanced Manufacturing, including environmental simulation testing, EMC testing, tests for additive manufacturing, supplier qualification along the supply chain and various certifications in areas such as quality management and information security management.
The new Cybersecurity Certified mark of TÜV-Verband supports digital security in the Consumer Internet of Things (CIoT) and reduces reservations against this new area of technology.
TÜV SÜD has developed a guideline for defining the “H2-Readiness” of power plants and is offering an independent third-party certification to original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) companies.
Cybercrime-as-a-Service (CaaS), growing consumer and industry awareness and supply-chain security feature among the major cybersecurity trends in 2022.
In early September Vattenfall started operation of its Kriegers Flak wind farm in the Baltic Sea off the Danish coast.
After its 2018 recognition as the first Designated Body (DeBo) for rail vehicles in Germany, TÜV SÜD Rail has now also become recognised by the Federal German Railway Authority (Eisenbahn-Bundesamt, EBA) as a Notified Body (NoBo).
At the SPS 2021 smart production solutions trade show, TÜV SÜD will showcase comprehensive services for manufacturers, integrators, owners and operators as well as service providers in industrial automation.
There is positive news regarding the safety of cars on German roads: according to the 2022 TÜV-Report, the average rate of major faults has dropped by a whopping two percentage points to 17.9 per cent.
At WindEurope Electric City 2021 in Copenhagen from 23 to 25 November 2021, TÜV SÜD will demonstrate how the use of energy from renewable sources can be further optimised.