In 2021, General Motors (GM) has recognized DEKRA’s IoV laboratory for the testing of automotive related products. The scope includes electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing of electrical/electronic components and subsystems. In December 2022, General Motors (GM) released the latest Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing Standard GMW3097:2022, requiring accredited laboratories to conduct corresponding tests for sections with modified content in the standard. DEKRA's facilities and capabilities were assessed to meet the new testing requirements and has been approved by General Motors for GMW3097:2022 to expand its service capabilities.
Aaron Lee, Managing Director of DEKRA Taiwan, expressed that the DEKRA Taiwan IoV Laboratory team, with its outstanding technical expertise and testing facilities, successfully obtained global recognition for General Motors GMW3097:2022. This not only affirms DEKRA's capabilities but also strengthens its role as an advanced laboratory in the automotive industry in the Asia-Pacific region, further enhancing the service portfolio provided by DEKRA to the automotive industry.
DEKRA’s network of testing laboratories in Europe, North America and East Asia supports the complete automotive value chain with testing and certification services, that cover EMC, radiofrequency, Connectivity and OEM specific requirements, also expanded its service as a MFi (Made For iPhone) Authorized Test Laboratory. DEKRA offer third-party audits, pre-testing and advisory services for Apple's Car Key functionality, as well as integrated solutions for the automotive supply chain, including ISO 26262, ISO/SAE 21434/SAE J3061, ISO 27001/TISAX, Automotive SPICE and more. DEKRA offers an extensive service portfolio help customers prepare their products to comply with any market requirements.