Design for Compliance + Laboratory Preparation and Common Mistakes
Designing for compliance is a critical part of new product development. From the very onset, it is important to determine the compliance required for intended markets and to integrate in the design process. Once ready for testing at the lab, it is important to consider samples, accessories, test planning, EMC pre-compliance, safety design review, documentation preparation, among others.
This webinar is the second part of a four-part series on ‘Compliance without Complexity’ which will highlight the steps involved in designing for compliance, education on how to prepare for a laboratory review and some common mistakes to avoid.
To view the first webinar of this series, Why is Regulatory Compliance Necessary, download it here.
About the Presenters
Titu Botos is the CEO of NeuronicWorks and has held various positions in leading organizations like Exploranium, MDA (formerly SPAR Aerospace), Vishay Precision Group (formerly KELK) and has also held teaching positions at University of Timisoara. He has over 30 years of experience in analysis, design, testing and debugging of both analog and digital systems and has a strong background in engineering research and training.
Jandrew Gonzales is a Key Account Manager with Nemko Canada. He began his career in the Testing, Inspection and Certification industry as an EMC Test Engineer for 4 years. Since then Jandrew has moved into Business Development and enjoys educating and supporting device manufacturers who want to get their products to market.