Quality & Security
You want to test with us? So it continues after you have contacted us:
- We want to find out more about your individual needs.
Before we make an offer we want to get to know you. So, we can figure out what you need and learn more about your individual requirements.
- We give you a detailed project offer.
Only then we submit you a detailed and meaningful offer that contains well-defined technical as well as organizational key issues.
- We assign a personal contact person.
During the whole order processing a contact person will be at your disposal, in order to provide you with individual and customer-tailored advice in any question you may have and to keep you informed about the progress of your project.
- We take our responsibility seriously.
We pursue our goal in all phases of our commissioned work; minimize the risks of complex networked systems.
- We won’t leave you on your own; we support you to solve the failures found in your product.
If noncompliance or unexpected behaviors are identified during an analysis or test execution or if it turns out that there is a mismatch between your product and its specification, we analyze the circumstances to help you find the causes.
- We report to you.
You receive interim reports and results of the ongoing projects. You get a final report with detailed information about the results at the end of the test execution. Our tests are – of course – reproducible. You will find all the necessary information for this purpose in your final report.
- We confirm the good results.
If we couldn’t find any deviations in your product, we summarize the test results in a so called “Authentication Sheet”- a kind of compliance certification – for you and your customers. You obtain the verification at the end of our commissioned work.
“Automotive Technology Day” 2017
C&S participated with a booth in the 2017 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day
C&S on “Automotive Technology Day” in the Silicon Valley 31.10. – 02.11.2017
A three-headed team will now be flying to San Jose in Silicon Valley, California to attend the IEEE Standards Associatio
ReAccreditation ISO 17025:2005
On 31.08.2017 it was time again: The assessment for re-accreditation according to the quality standard ISO 17025: 2005