Site Visit at FORCE Technology

Site Visit
9:00 AM, Friday 21 Jun 2019 (2 hours 30 minutes)

Do you want to know how an IoT test is performed?

Then you should sign up for a visit at FORCE Technology during IoT week in Aarhus. We will open our doors on Friday 21st.

Meeting point Friday morning is in front of Musikhuset at 9:00 and we will go by bus to our test facility.

We will give a guided tour through our facilities and you will return to the centre of Aarhus at 11.30.

What will you experience/learn?

As IoT is maturing we will see more and more large scale rollouts. In Denmark we have already seen multiple networks with 10.000+ devices. There are two essential parameters to take into account: 1) the robustness of the product (does it last for the entire lifetime of the network) and 2) compliance to the regulations of the internal market in Europe. At FORCE Technology we have test facilities to ensure both.

There is a big difference between how your products function in your own lab or in a living lab, and how they perform in the real world. During your visit you will see large antenna test facilities big enough to fit a car, temperature, humidity and vibration test chambers. Besides, you will learn about how they are used to ensure robust products that are in compliance with the market requirements.

Your main take -away will be newknowledge andinsight into which testsyour productare submitted toduring theapproval proces.

That knowledge will be gainedthrough aguided tour ofour facilities (EMC, antenna pattern testing, radio parameters,reliability, thermal, vibrational and humidity) and ofcourse by meetingour specialists ineach field.

Please sign up here:

The number of seats is limited to 25 (sign up is first come first served).

Deadline for signing up is Tuesday 18th at 4 PM.

We look forward toseeing you.

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