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Highest increase of hydrogen refuelling stations in Germany worldwide in 2018 again


In Germany, 17 new public refuelling stations started operation in 2018, further consolidating Germany as the country with the second largest public hydrogen refuelling infrastructure globally with 60 public stations, ahead of the USA (42 stations) and only surpassed by Japan (96 public stations). A total of 48 hydrogen refuelling stations were opened worldwide in the past year.

Leading Industry 4.0 players collaborate to help manufacturers accelerate digital transformation


Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), McKinsey & Company, SAP, Siemens and TÜV SÜD today announced a collaboration to support companies, both big and small, scale the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies.

Towards a new hydrogen market - CertfHy green hydrogen guarantees origin are launched


Towards a new hydrogen market - CertfHy green hydrogen guarantees origin are launched. Europe is moving one step forward towards a new and transparent hydrogen market. The CertifHy project “Designing the 1st EU-wide Guarantee of Origin (GO) scheme for Green Hydrogen” issued 75 000+ CertifHy Green and Low Carbon Hydrogen GOs that are available on the market now.

TÜV SÜD Cyber security trends for 2019


Digitisation and the increasing connectivity provided by the Internet of Things (IoT) bring enormous opportunities, but also unforeseeable risks and serious vulnerabilities that can be exploited by new forms of cybercrime. In Germany alone, two in three companies fall prey to hacker attacks every year. TÜV SÜD explains the cyber security threats that companies should watch out for in 2019.

TÜV SÜD offers case study on EN 9100 2016 implementation


Safety is a central theme in the aerospace industry. Accordingly, the EN 9100 standard sets out a comprehensive quality management system for the sector. This standard has recently been revised and aligned to the latest generation of ISO standards. The EN 9100:2016 standard builds on the DIN ISO 9001 quality management standard and requires a fully traceable recording process across the entire supply chain of a product. Companies also need to define their interfaces with customers and aviation authorities and establish, perform and document verification and validation activities. TÜV SÜD and Hamburg-based company Mankiewicz Gebr. & Co. represent an example of an exceptionally good certification process.

Comprehensive support for medical devices


At Medica 2018, TÜV SÜD will debut its portfolio of Medical Testing Services, which provide comprehensive end-to-end support from the initial idea for a product to life-cycle management (Hall 10, Booth C12). The leading international fair for the medical sector is to be held in Duesseldorf from 12 to 15 November 2018.

TÜV SÜD Expert in smart and digital automation


At SPS IPC Drives, taking place in Nuremberg from 27 to 29 November 2018, TÜV SÜD will showcase an extensive service portfolio for the automation industry. In the focus of TÜV SÜD's presence at the trade fair are services in the fields of robotics, drive and control systems, international approval procedures and explosion protection. (Hall 4, Stand 521)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution - TÜV SÜD rallies manufacturers to embrace Smart Manufacturing with the launch of its Industry 4.0 portfolio


TÜV SÜD, the global safety, security and sustainability solutions provider, called upon manufacturers to start their Industry 4.0 journeys as it announced the launch of its Industry 4.0 portfolio today.

New requirements for medical devices


The impacts of the EU Regulation on Medical Devices (MDR) and the EU Regulation on In-vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices on manufacturers will be focal topics at TÜV SÜD's stand at Medica, to be held in Duesseldorf from 12 to 15 November 2018. In addition, TÜV SÜD’s experts will advise manufacturers of the conditions they need to fulfil to access global markets for their products. (Hall 10, Booth C12)

TÜV SÜD, NVIDIA and AVL join forces to explore the requirements for homologation of highly automated vehicles


Simulation is bound to play a key role in homologation of automated vehicles in the future, given the countless potential driving scenarios that need to be tested. To validate simulation as a test method in vehicle approval, TÜV SÜD, US AI computing company NVIDIA Corporation, and Austria-based drive system developer AVL GmbH are now embarking on a far-reaching collaboration.

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