TEST-4-SME: Laboratory network for testing, characterisation and conformity assessment of electronic products developed by SMEs

Project partners:

From Latvia:
University of Latvia
Ventspils University College

From other countries:
Tartu Observatory, Estonia
University of Tartu, Estonia
Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies, Lithuania
Centria University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design, Germany
JSC Modern E-Technologies, Lithuania

Project summary:

The Project will initiate an innovation support network in the Baltic Sea Region for electronics SMEs. The support network will provide testing and consultation for electronics SMEs on how to demonstrate conformity with international standards during early product development. No electronic product can be successfully placed in global markets if conformity to standards is not proven, which typically requires extensive testing of product prototypes. Early stage testing can also help avoid failures in later stages and thus can also be extremely cost-effective. Project partners will consult and train employees of SMEs as well as share knowledge across the network to improve the quality and efficiency of testing in order to speed up the process of product development. Pilot projects will be implemented in seven SMEs.

Project funded by: INTERREG Baltic Sea Region
Project duration: Okt. 2017.-Sept. 2020.
Project budget: 1 780 000 EUR

Project coordinator in VUC: Baiba Reimane
Link to project main homepage: http://projects.interreg-baltic.eu/projects/test-4-sme-107.html

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In order to to provide testing for electronics SMEs to comply with the international standards during the early product development stage, which helps avoiding costly failures in later stages electronics SMEs are invited to attend online survey...