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This week Triteq have successfully concluded the third day, second surveilliance audit by TUV. This was managed by newly appointed Triteq Quality Manager John Harvey who has over 18 years' of quality management systems experience and brings additional knowledge of military, aerospace and telecommunications sectors to complement Triteq's established quality management system. He has worked at major organisations, including IBM, Motorola and Esterline Advanced Sensors.

John was quick to thank his entire team for their hard work and support leading up to the audit and commented “Triteq has an excellent reputation for innovative and quality products and I am looking forward to developing this further to meet the future strategy of the board.”

Triteq has a clear understanding of medical standards and their interpretation by BSI, TUV, FDA and other international approvals bodies. This enables the company to 'design for approval' from the original concept. Their quality system is of the highest priority and approved as compliant with EN/ISO13485.

Triteq's software design techniques have been developed to use state-of-the-art techniques to produce failsafe systems. Close-coupled, multi-processor systems are used to guarantee software and hardware fault detection, which provides a failsafe response. Hardware design techniques have been developed to enable single fault tolerant systems to be designed within budget and agreed timescales.

TÜV SÜD Product Service is part of the Certification Division of the TÜV SÜD Group, which employs over 16,000 people across 600 locations and is one of the leading technical service companies in the world.

Triteq has an excellent reputation for innovation inproduct and industrial design supported by strong project management systems.

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