Charles Noall, President and CEO of Element, comments: “Element’s Engaged Experts regularly play a key role in the formation of industry standards and regulations because they are world-leading authorities in their subject areas. Major wireless power transfer (WPT) technological advances are currently in development, so there is a critical need for new, safe and internationally viable standards in the near-term. Steve’s work in the development of standards for WPT will have a significant impact on what is a real growth area, particularly within the manufacture of electric vehicles, which are set to deliver a range of benefits for manufacturers and their supply chain partners. And as Element plays a central role in the international development of standards, our clients are able to access leading expertise, with our Engaged Experts operating at the forefront of new technological advances and with insight into their commercial implications.”
Element Warwick’s Steve Hayes has extensive experience in the development of regulatory standards. He is the current chair of the EMC Test Labs Association, and the chair of the European Commission’s Association of Notified Bodies relating to the EMC Directive. He also works with the European Commission, representing the interests of EU Notified Bodies with respect to the EMC Directive, and acts as a contributing author to official guidance regarding the Directive and its application.
About Element:Element is a company with a global presence; its laboratories are staffed by experts specializing in materials testing, product qualification testing and failure analysis for the Aerospace, Oil & Gas and Transportation and Industrials sectors. Element’s team of over 1,800 scientists, engineers and technicians work in 53 laboratories located throughout the U.S. and Europe. For a complete list of Accreditations & Approvals and more information, please visit www.element.com.
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“Element’s Engaged Experts regularly play a key role in the formation of industry standards and regulations because they are world-leading authorities in their subject areas.”
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