One week until the opening of EMC & Compliance International for visitors ~

The leading exhibition in the United Kingdom of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), EMC & Compliance International, will open at the Newbury Racecourse in Newbury, Berkshire on May 18, 2022. The free two-day exhibition will be the first live exhibition for the EMC & International Compliance after a successful virtual event in 2021. The exhibition will also includes seminars and guest interviews conducted by EMC and compliance experts.

The exhibition will include 30 exhibitors who can advise visitors free of charge on topics such as new EMC directives, test equipment and the latest EMC modeling software. Some of the exhibitors include Unit 3 Compliance, REO UK, Kiwa Electrical Compliance, Astute Global, Kemtron Ltd and Cherry Clough Consultants. Exhibitors will also present their latest innovative products and solutions at the exhibition. One exhibitor, the Oxley Group, recently produced a high-performance, high-frequency discrete light pistol filter. He achieved this by adapting the standard part for the use of modified discoid capacitors, which allows to reduce the execution time.

The first day of the exhibition will also include a free event organized by the Head of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland of the IEEE EMC Society in conjunction with the EMC Test Labs Association. The UKCA and UKNI Marking Nuts and Bolts event will run from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Workshops area on the first floor of the grandstand, where free snacks and drinks will be provided prior to the event.

“The United Kingdom is moving fast towards electrification, from electric vehicles to fully electrified homes. EMC is more important than ever if we want to ensure that electromagnetic emissions do not affect the operation of other electronic devices, ”said Keith Armstrong, EMC expert at EMC Standards. “This event will be a meeting place for some of the leading experts in the United Kingdom at EMC. We are even introducing a new activity of the event, Ten minutes with an EXPERT, in which various business owners, consultants and teachers will offer free advice in ten minutes of consultation during the event.

The exhibition also includes a full program of EMC technical and training seminars, including guest speakers such as Dai Davis, a partner at Percy Crow Davis & Co, and Professor Dave Thomas of the University of Nottingham. This includes a Brexit, CE and UKCA marking session, as well as a military aircraft EMC session. IN event schedulewhich includes a list of all sessions and guest speakers can be found on the EMC & Compliance International website. Keith Armstrong, along with other Cherry Clough contributors, will also provide training seminars on topics such as electrostatic discharge suppression (ESD) and how to calibrate and use a network analyzer. Keith has many years of experience with EMC, having been a member of the IEEE EMC Society since 1997 and representing the United Kingdom on the IEC IEC61000-1-2 (EMC and Functional Safety) and IEC60601-1-2 teams. on EMC for medical devices).

This will be the first live event for EMC & Compliance International in seven years. In 2021, EMC & Compliance International celebrated a successful virtual event with 3,482 exhibitions and 76,019 video impressions. The event was also an international success despite the COVID-19 pandemic with 116 international participants from 60 countries around the world.

Stakeholders can still sign up for their free visitor ticket on the EMC & Compliance International website before the show on May 18 and 19.

EMC & Compliance International is around the corner

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