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New TÜV SÜD Testing Laboratory in Volpiano


TÜV Italia, the Italian subsidiary of TÜV SÜD, officially opened its new technological testing laboratory in Volpiano near Turin on 30 October.

First IVDR certificate issued by TÜV SÜD


TÜV SÜD Product Service has issued their first In Vitro Medical Device Regulation (IVDR) certificate since receiving notification in June 2020 – and the first IVDR certificate worldwide.

TÜV SÜD announces cybersecurity trends in 2021


The “new normal” is forcing companies to reconsider their existing plans, structures and processes and to seek out new solutions, including in cybersecurity.

3-day TÜV SÜD webinar series on MDR, IVDR and testing


In the unprecedented events related to the coronavirus pandemic over recent weeks and months, TÜV SÜD has also been challenged to rethink the methods and forms of communication it uses for exchanges of ideas and experience with experts, and to explore new avenues in this direction.

World Energy Council - Germany: The Global Hydrogen Age Has Come


Hydrogen (H2) has become a new political priority on the international agenda.

Harmonised standards bring greater sustainability


On the occasion of World Standards Day on 14 October 2020, TÜV SÜD highlights international standards as being critical for the protection of our planet.

Testing of traction batteries according to new Chinese safety standard GB 38031-2020


Manufacturers of batteries for electric vehicles who are seeking to place their traction batteries on the Chinese market now face a new challenge.

TÜV SÜD – Covering the entire value chain of hydrogen


TÜV SÜD will take part in „Mission Hydrogen“, the global Hydrogen Online Conference on October 8 and October 9, 2020.

TÜV SÜD's podcast "Safety First": Cybersecurity for Medical Devices


Mitko Vasilev, technology expert in the fields of IoT, mixed reality and robotics, explains the basics of Zero Trust Architecture in this podcast episode.

3D-printed medical devices can remedy supply bottlenecks in times of pandemic


During the coronavirus pandemic, the 3D printing industry has successfully set up on-demand production facilities. Medical devices are subject to strict quality requirements and must conform to an array of legal regulations.

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