ISO/TC22/SC32/WG3 and CISPR/D Committees to meet at ETS-Lindgren to address automotive EMC test and measurement standards

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CEDAR PARK, Texas, September 8, 2022 – Active technical contributors to the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Special Committee on Radio Interference (CISPR) will convene at ETS-Lindgren's corporate headquarters in Cedar Park, Texas, on Monday, October 17 to Thursday, October 27, 2022. Global industry experts will address updates to existing key automotive EMC standards maintained by ISO/TC22/SC32/WG3 and CISPR/D, such as the industry flagships standards CISPR 25, CISPR 12, CISPR 36, ISO 11451-x, ISO 11452-x, ISO 7637-2, and ISO 10605.

"These meetings bring the world's automotive EMC experts together to maintain existing standards as well as develop new standards to address emerging technologies related to modern vehicles," said Craig Fanning with Elite Electronic Engineering, incoming Chair of CISPR/D (effective at the October 2022 meetings). "Many of the leading vehicle manufacturers, key suppliers to these OEMs, and test labs supporting these companies, will convene for nearly two weeks of intense discussions. With the rapidly evolving technologies related to hybrid, electric, and autonomous vehicles, it's important for members of these committees to share our collective expertise. As a result, our standards ensure optimal performance of new vehicles before they go to market."

"We are happy to host the ISO and CISPR/D meetings at our facility," said Bill Giacone, Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing, with ETS-Lindgren. "Contributing our technical expertise to standards that advance technology in our industry benefits manufacturers and consumers. We have a long history of industry involvement and are glad to support the ISO and CISPR/D committees by providing meeting space as well as access to our EMC and Wireless Test Chambers on site. Providing the working groups with lab time jump-starts the development of these important standards," he added.

Are you interested in contributing to the advancement of Automotive EMC Standards? The ISO and CISPR/D Working Groups developing new standards and maintaining existing standards invite your participation! Contact Ms. O'Neil at +1 (512) 531-2676 or janet.oneil@ets-lindgren.com for information on how to join a working group.

As an industry leader in the components and systems used globally for Automotive EMC test and measurement, ETS-Lindgren supports the activity of ISO/CISPR D to share best practices and advance technology. Read our educational Top 10 Considerations for Automotive EMC Chamber Design and Testing for guidelines on test chambers to comply with the ISO and CISPR/D Automotive EMC standards.

ETS-Lindgren's customers can count on continuous support for their essential components, such as Antennas and Probes, and complete Test Systems, such as combination Antenna and Automotive EMC Test Chambers, from our team of 750+ employees and six manufacturing sites worldwide. For decades, customers have relied on ETS-Lindgren's expertise gained by more than 50,000 global RF-shielded installations.

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