MIRA, a global leader in transport engineering will offer technical support, consultancy and engineering solutions while Bureau Veritas will perform testing for Asian suppliers from its Shanghai test laboratory which has been assessed and accredited by MIRA.
This relationship strengthens MIRA’s presence in China and complements Bureau Veritas’ existing portfolio of independent test laboratory services. Both parties already deliver a range of EMC services testing to the following requirements:
• UNECE Regulation 10
• EEC Automotive Directive 72/245/EEC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Bureau Veritas and MIRA both enjoy leadership positions in the automotive industry. Bureau Veritas’ automotive business delivers services as diverse as ecodesign / life cycle analysis; failure analysis; audits and inspections; ISO/TS 16949 certification; vehicle inspection and damage tracking support; vehicle claim inspections support as well as EMC, analytical and reliability testing.
MIRA, meanwhile, provides a wide range of consultancy services including vehicle and test engineering; unmanned and autonomous vehicle technology; low carbon and intelligent mobility; functional safety and certification and homologation services from its offices in the UK, South America and Asia. MIRA’s UK headquarters is home to one of the world’s most advanced proving grounds and over 35 major test facilities which includes Europe’s largest EMC capability.