Formerly underdeveloped regions in Africa are now quickly advancing in technologies like state-of-the-art systems for communication and systems for electrical power generation and distribution, including local grids.

The new ISO 13485:2016 standard has been published as of March 1st, 2016.​​​​​​​​​ The last date of validity of the previous standards (ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 13485:2012) will be February 28th, 2019.

For electrical products on the GSO ‘List 2’ under the regional Gulf Technical Regulation; it is hereafter a prerequisite for obtaining shipment-CoC (Certificate of Conformity) as needed for market access in Saudi Arabia, to have a product certificate issued by a Gulf Notified Body and associated G-marking.

A remotely operated robot that becomes the classroom ‘eyes and ears’ of children with long-term illness was developed by the Norwegian company No Isolation, which relied on Nemko for testing, inspection and certification services.

The European Commission has issued a new directive (EU 2017/2102) on Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment, which clarifies the requirements of the revised directive 2011/65/EU, (also known as the Recast EU RoHS directive or RoHS 2).

After receiving recognition from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), we have now officially opened our new, state-of-the-art testing laboratory in Faridabad, India.

Indian Compulsory registration scheme (CRS) was introduced in 2013 by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technlogy (MeitY) along with Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). The scheme currently covers 44 products and these products will need BIS registration in order to be sold in India.

The Russian National Committee of the IEC, c/o Federal Agency on Technical Regulating & Metrology (Rosstandart) hosted the 81st annual IEC General Meeting, which took place in Vladivostok from the 9th until 13th of October.

World Standards Day is a celebration of the foundation of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which held its first meeting in London on October 14, 1946.

During winter 2016, European authorities from 17 EU member countries conducted market surveillance to assess whether LED floodlights / work lights met EU requirements.
The Norwegian Authority DSB (Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection) conducted this market surveillance in Norway and chose Nemko to carry out the required tests on a number of selected LED luminaire products.

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