Keeping Up to Speed with EMC

For producers of electronic equipment, clearly demonstrating conformance with EU technical legislation is an ongoing responsibility that does not end when the design is frozen, or when the product is successfully placed on the market. The EU’s approach to legislation is continually evolving, documents are regularly updated or superseded.

In the Know and Up to Speed

There is therefore a continuing need for information and education to help those responsible for ensuring product compliance to evaluate project risks and ensure appropriate regulations will be satisfied. Taking advantage of opportunities to learn, engage and network is another important element of the compliance teams’ toolbox.

With this in mind, Demystifying EMC has become one of the industry’s principal training events, attended by over 400 delegates in 2018. The event is hosted by Rohde & Schwarz, an EMC test and measurement expert, alongside a wide range of EMC training and industry partners.

The one-day seminar caters for groups as diverse as engineers currently involved in EMC test and suppression, quality and procurement managers seeking knowledge of the latest regulatory changes, and newcomers looking for their first introduction to the topic. The format also provides plenty of opportunity to network with peers and engage with industry experts.

Hot Topics in EMC

Now entering its fifth year, Demystifying EMC returns to the Silverstone Wing at the famous Northamptonshire home of the British Grand Prix, on Monday 28th January 2019.

The agenda comprises four streams and will cover university-level practical measurement and troubleshooting techniques, in-depth analysis of applications and noise-management knowhow, and several sessions examining engineering and testing in relation to the latest regulations.

There will also be focused presentations around the testing of medical devices for EMC compliance and describing the implications of the RED for automotive applications, and a look at the latest international EMC standardisation work by the IEC/CISPR.

In a Nutshell

The day is packed with training, education, and networking opportunities. It’s not only free to attend, but also counts towards Continued Professional Development (CPD) certification with The IET.

Registration period ends on Thursday 24th January.

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