Electromagnetic compatibility testing, a safety challenge

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance is a regulatory requirement.

The most stringent requirements in this field apply to vehicles and equipment associated with the mobility sector. Manufacturers and suppliers must meet these requirements in order to market their products. As part of this process, they must tackle two challenges: controlling the unintentional electromagnetic interference emitted by their products, in accordance with national and international regulations; and making sure their products can operate safely in their environment.

UTAC offers you tailored support for your EMC testing

Our ISO 17025 accredited laboratory with its cutting-edge equipment offers solutions tailored to all your electromagnetic compatibility testing needs. Our experts support you during the development phases of your products, in order to guarantee total conformity when it comes to their approval. Our tests can be performed on all types of vehicles and propulsion systems.

We offer a full range of EMC tests at our single site in France. Our expertise in this area means we are able to meet all specifications, guaranteeing unparalleled reliability of testing.

(*) COFRAC : COFRAC accreditation n°1-0193, list of locations and scopes available on www.cofrac.fr.

Together, we can optimise your tests


10m vehicle semi-anechoic chamber with a chassis dynamometer on a turntable compatible with all light/heavy/off-road vehicles


Equipment semi-anechoic chambers, including 1 reverberating chamber


Vehicle and equipment electrical testing laboratories

  • Climatic chambers from -40°C to +150°C, up to 99% RH

UTAC: a flexible partner that adjusts to your needs!

Train & Support

If you would like to know more about EMC, do not hesitate to contact our subsidiary Train & Support and discover more than 60 training offers.

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If you would like to know more about EMC, please contact our team of experts. We support you in developing mobility worldwide.

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