General Motors Co. in Detroit has approved the automotive laboratory of Bureau Veritas’ Consumer Products Services division for testing related to radiated emission; radiated immunity including radar pulse; automotive transients, and electrostatic discharge.
Bureau Veritas, which has an automotive lab in Detroit, is a leading testing, inspection, and certification provider. The official designation of the GM approval is Automotive EMC Specification GMW3097:2019.
This new recognition enhances the presence of Bureau Veritas as a key testing player in the automotive supply chain. With Technical Competence Centers in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia, Bureau Veritas provides a comprehensive portfolio of testing, inspection/audit, homologation, and international approvals management solutions to support the whole automotive supply chain in achieving fast and efficient global market access.
The company’s Detroit automotive laboratory houses the latest technology for the compliance of automotive products within connected and autonomous vehicles. Services include EMC validation, Wi-Fi RF, Bluetooth RF, Emark, GNSS, and V2X testing to help clients tackle the ever changing and complex national and international regulations.
“New mobility with autonomous, connected, and electrified vehicles is an ongoing, but accelerating, trend,” says Jason Kankary, general manager of Bureau Veritas’ Detroit Automotive Laboratory. “Our Detroit facility is well equipped and capable to provide existing and new players in this dynamic market with trusted and accepted automotive testing services locally.”
Created in 1828, Bureau Veritas has 75,000 employees located in more than 1,600 offices and laboratories around the globe.
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