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Join UL for our Market Surveillance in Europe for Connected Products webinar

Member News published by UL (Underwriters Laboratories), under Automation / Robotics, Handsets / Connected Devices, Internet of Things (IoT), Low Power Radio (e.g. ZigBee, Bluetooth), Regulatory / Policy / Standards

Gain the latest updates on post-market surveillance in Europe for your connected products. The ADCO RED Chairman helped develop and co-presents the webinar.

European market surveillance takes place through Administrative Cooperation Groups (AdCos). As of today, 28 AdCos exist, including one designed specifically for electromagnetic compatibility and the Radio Equipment Directive (RED).

Manufacturers should ensure their connected products meet all the regulatory requirements before launching in new markets. But what happens when a product is found noncompliant by market surveillance?

Join UL’s experts and the AdCo RED Chairman to discuss market surveillance, regulations and the differences with the Notified Body role.

Register at https://www.ul.com/events/market-surveillance-europe-connected-products

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