Procedure for CE marking

CE Marking indicates therefore that a product meets the necessary requirements to be marketed and have free circulation in the European market. In this way, thanks to the CE marking, the product has the possibility of being sold in the EFTA space.

Radioelectric Spectrum Policy in Europe

Radio or wireless technology is key in many technological areas such as Satellite Navigation Systems (GNSS), Intelligent Transportation, Internet of Things (IoT), drones (RPAS), etc. This increase in the use of wireless interfaces in our daily lives has caused the radio spectrum...

CE Mark for drones


Drones, according to the last regulatory proposal published by EASA (NPA-A, 2017) and ratified in the Official Opinion published this year by this European Entity, are also suitable for testing to intent the CE Mark, as a mandatory requirement in a similar manner to other...

airport control room


With the entry into force of the “Interoperability Regulation” 552/2004 , ground-based air traffic management (ATM) equipment shall comply with the applicable CE marking regulations such as the EMC directive (2014/30/EU), the LVD (2014/35/EU) or the RED (2014/53/EU) that repeals...