Sponsored - DEKRA launches 5G testing

06 May, 2020

DEKRA provides 5G testing and certification value-added solutions to the ICT supply chain


Provided by DEKRA


Way ahead of its competitors in Taiwan, prestigious international testing and certification organization DEKRA launches its 5G testing and certification value-added solutions to the ICT supply chain, with the service scope including wafers, components, modules, terminal equipment and products, providing TIC services for IoT, V2X and network communication products. Furthermore, DEKRA also recruited experienced technical experts, to assist clients in modifying the software of prototypes according to both of the carrier certification and the certificate of 3GPP standards, speeding up the market access and reducing the total cost, as well as seizing the tremendous business opportunities in the age of 5G.


Devoted to 5G wireless communication testing
Reducing risk by investing in instruments from 3 continents

“5G supports a wide variety of applications, and wireless communication is the key technique of 5G application development. Ahead of our competitors, DEKRA provides not only testing service and reports, but comprehensive solutions that across the upstream, midstream and downstream to ICT supply chain. This one-stop service includes the TIC service, international market access, expert consultations, failure analysis, improvement suggestions, and we’re here to help our clients with industrial upgrading and increasing their market share in 5G market!” said Elvis Chen, Senior Director of Connectivity Test Department at DEKRA Taiwan. He said, the 5G testing and certification service DEKRA offers includes mandatory regulatory testing for FCC, CE, ISED, NCC, conformance testing for PTCRB, GCF, DSRC ,C-V2X testing , and testing for eCall and upcoming NGeCall device which is in force by EU for all new cars sold within the EU.


Since it is still the early stage of 5G chips and module development, it is common to see incompatibility in one or several testing instruments. To reduce the risks and provide flexibility of test solutions, DEKRA made huge investments in testing instruments from 3 of the largest suppliers: Rohde & Schwarz from Germany, Keysight from USA, and Anritsu from Japan, which is unmatchable in the whole of Taiwan.

Marking the milestone of V2X testing and offering the only eCall testing in Taiwan

Established as Deutsche Kraftfahrzeug-Überwachungs-Verein (German Motor Vehicle Inspection Association) with a history of almost a century, DEKRA has become the world’s largest vehicle inspection organization. In the past 10 years, DEKRA has transcended to the wireless testing realm, with its core business including V2X, IoT, network communication products. The 5G investment DEKRA group made recently in Taiwan focused in V2X that covers the exclusive testing of eCall emergency calling service and its next generation NGeCall that is based on LTE and 5G, to test the chips, modules, components and telematics boxes.


DEKRA also purchased testing instruments for two largest communication V2X technologies DSRC and C-V2X, which enhance DEKRA the first third party testing organization that is involved in C-V2X. “DEKRA has its origins in vehicle inspections, it’s our pleasure to release the exclusive eCall and NGeCall testing service, and meanwhile provide testing for DSRC and C-V2X. With the global big data and abundant experience on 6 continents in the world, we’re proud to offer this 5G V2X value-added testing and certification solutions, and mark a milestone for V2X testing in Taiwan!” said Kilian Avilés, the Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Taiwan at DEKRA East & South Asia.

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