Whether you are a veteran or a recent engineering graduate with an idea for a new product, testing and certification is a crucial part of your responsibility.
”Kennet Palm, Director at EKTOS Testing & Reliability Services A/S”
However, it is easy to get lost in the complex world of certifications. What are, for instance, the special requirements you need to meet when designing a product to be used in the offshore industry, in the transportation sector, or as a medical device? EKTOS, a leading one-stop provider of electronics development and testing services, can guide you safely through the certification process.
Tips and tricks at High Tech Summit
Focusing on test and certification, Kennet Palm, Director at EKTOS Testing & Reliability Services, will be ready at EKTOS’ booth at the High Tech Summit. He will give advice and inputs for students and veterans about how to get a product certified for Europe, North America and other markets and how to avoid nasty surprises and unexpected expenses.
EKTOS guides you
The EKTOS testing lab in Copenhagen is accredited by DANAK, the national accreditation body appointed by The Danish Safety Technology State Authority. Furthermore, EKTOS has recently taken over Bang & Olufsen’s former testing lab in Struer, which is soon expected to be covered by the existing accreditation. In Struer EKTOS currently offers non-accredited tests, reliability tests, as well as pre-tests. The testing lab is equipped to carry out EMC testing, electrical safety testing, climatic testing, and HALT (Highly Accelerated Life Test).
Testing is only one of the services offered by EKTOS. With seasoned engineers and project leaders in both Denmark and Ukraine EKTOS offers services from initial product idea to finished product. Founded in 2007 EKTOS is employing specialized development and test experts and counts companies like Danfoss, Dantherm Air Handling, Powercell, Roblon and Alfred Priess among its customers.
“It’s no use closing your eyes to the changes. We need to constantly keep up and try to influence the process.”
Professor Jan Madsen, DTU Compute