Electromagnetic Resilience

EMC Engineering Solutions throughout the Product Lifecycle

Our services support the EMC development of vehicle platforms using a robust systems engineering approach. As such, our programmes are biased towards:

  • Driving risk mitigation at the earliest opportunity
  • Driving design led activities aimed at reducing issues early
  • Guiding critical design decisions to avoid costly rework

Our services and programme methodology ensures legislative EMC conformance and certification for the required market(s) and minimises risks associated with issues that may impact on corporate EMC performance targets to help avoid unnecessary and costly delays.

Our team of specialist consultants, engineers and technicians in combination with our world-renowned cutting-edge cluster of over 14 facilities deliver industry-leading Electromagnetic Resilience for thousands of customers worldwide every year. We offer the optimum engineering solution for your product, budget and schedule.

Consistently demonstrating successful solution delivery with a multidisciplinary approach, located on one site, working as one team, effectively and cost efficiently. HORIBA MIRA EMC activities include:

HORIBA MIRA has been delivering EMC Engineering excellence to the automotive industry since 1987. This unrivalled experience has enabled HORIBA MIRA to gain the experience associated with testing, qualification programmes and consultancy, meaning that we are the perfect choice to assist you in meeting your programme objectives.

HORIBA MIRA’s EMC specialists are the UK principle experts for:

ISO TC22 SC3 WG3 for automotive EMC immunity test methods leading the introduction of Functional Safety requirements and supporting the introduction of ADAS and V2X test methodologies. Including ISO 11451, ISO 11452, ISO 7637, ISO 1065 and CISPR 12, CISPR 25 and CISPR 36.

MIRA are also SMMT (UK Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) representatives on the BSI (British Standards Institution) committee GEL/106 (“Human exposure to low frequency and high frequency electromagnetic radiation”) and the international committees currently developing IEC 62764-1 (“Measurement procedures of magnetic field levels generated by electronic and electrical equipment in the automotive environment with respect to human exposure”) and CENELEC TC106X/WG20 (“Electromagnetic fields in the human environment: Reasonably foreseeable use”), as well as a member of the international committee currently re-working the IEEE Standard 1597.1 (“IEEE Standard for Validation of Computational Electromagnetics Computer Modeling and Simulations”).

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