Research Report – Current and future international eCall requirements
eCall is an automatic emergency call system for motor vehicles required by the European Union. Devices installed in vehicles are intended to automatically report a traffic accident to the single European emergency number 112 and, by initiating rescue measures more quickly, help reduce the number of traffic fatalities and the severity of road traffic injuries.
Since April 1, 2018, eCall has been mandatory for all new models of passenger cars (M1) and light commercial vehicles (N1). In order for motor vehicles to continue to be sold and registered in the EU, automotive manufacturers must approve the eCall systems they use on the basis of EU requirements.
With our extraordinary expertise in the eCall type approval process and the technical knowledge we have acquired over the years to perform the necessary eCall tests, we are your number one contact when it comes to eCall type approval / certification.
We have bundled our expertise in an updated research report that provides automotive manufacturers and suppliers with an ideal overview of current and future eCall requirements. Finally, the report, which is subject to a fee, also provides information for an efficient eCall certification strategy:
- Current International eCall Requirements
- Future International eCall Requirements
- Future Next Generation (NG) eCall Requirements
- Suggested Approval Strategy for Global Market Access
The 28-page paper, which is available in English, can be ordered directly from us for a price of 1.899 Euro.
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More informationen about our eCall certification services can be found here. Furthermore, we also offer ERA-GLONASS certification services to provide access to the Eurasian Customs Union.