EMC and Environmetal Simulation Testing for Rail Industry
The Adler was the first successful commercial locomotive for passenger and freight transport to operate in Germany. It made its debut in 1835, travelling between Nuremberg and Fürth in Bavaria, where EMCC is headquartered. Since then, an entire, highly innovative industry has evolved around the development and manufacture of both rolling stock and the corresponding infrastructure. However, the increasing complexity of railway technology places considerable demands on the functions, safety and reliability of components, systems and entire vehicles.
EMCC DR. RAŠEK provides specialist advice and comprehensive assistance for manufacturers and suppliers – where required during the development process. The service portfolio includes accredited testing and certification for EMC, radio, electrical safety and environmental simulation – all in compliance with the rigorous standards of the railway industry.
Consulting services and accredited testing according to national and international standards and to manufacturers’ specifications
EMCC is a consultant engineering company, and an EN ISO/IEC 17025-accredited testing laboratory: our testing services are recognised by the German Federal Railway Authority (EBA) and internationally. We conduct tests on mechanical, electromechanical and electrical components and systems. We also support clients with research projects. This includes drafting made-to-measure test plans, performing project-specific tests, and developing measurement equipment.
Additionally, our field staff can provide specialist advice and testing services at the client site – using our own mobile equipment.
2019-11-13 to 2019-11-15
- EMC-Basics, Test and Measurement-Seminar for MIL and Avionic Standards
2019-11-14 to 2019-11-15
- Test and Measurement-Seminar for MIL and Avionic Standards
2019-11-18 to 2019-11-20
- EMC-Basics, HIRF/HERF – Electromagnetic Effects in Aircraft
2019-11-19 to 2019-11-20
- HIRF/HERF – Electromagnetic Effects in Aircraft
2019-11-21 to 2019-11-22
- Lightning Electromagnetic Effects on Aircraft