Manufacturers, distributors and retailers
are seriously affected by counterfeit products for decades. According to the
new research from MarkMonitor, the world leader in enterprise brand protection,
has revealed that almost half (47%) of brands lose sales revenue to counterfeit
or pirated goods, with one in three reporting a loss of more than 10% in 2018.
Reducing the risk of being targeted by counterfeiters ultimately requires each
company to develop and implement a formal brand protection program that addresses
its unique requirements and vulnerabilities.
Our product, Micro Security Code Brand
Protection System (MSCBPS), is not only mitigating the risk of counterfeit
products, but also using the latest industry 4.0 technology in order to perform
digital manufacturing. We are honored to announce that our system was selected
by the Judging Panel of the Hong Kong Awards for Industries (HKAI) Scheme as
the Equipment and Machinery Design Merit Winner.
“The Hong Kong Awards for Industries” Scheme is fully supported by the HKSAR Government and is an important annual event in Hong Kong’s trade and industry circle. The objective of the competition is to encourage the upgrading of the design of equipment and machinery in Hong Kong so as to enhance industrial competitiveness, and to give recognition to outstanding products.
Our consultants are the System Assurance Managers for various systems including Power Supply System, Main Control System, Rolling Stock, Overhead Line, Tunnel Ventilation System, Communications Systems, Platform Screen Door, Ticketing, Lift & Escalator, etc. to coordinate, undertake and review safety and RAM activities according to EN50126 & EN50129, including FMECA, RAM, QRA/FTA, etc., during the project life cycle.
We provide expertise in all aspects for EMC Management and Testing. We also assist clients in identifying the tests that must be carried out in order to verify EMC performance. This points out where, if any, performance flaws exist and forms the basis for further control measures or design modifications. Most electrical products are required to comply with the current European EMC Directive 2004/108/EC. In a complex railway EMC environment, demonstrating the importance of managing EMC from project conception to completion is crucial. We assist our client in managing EMC activities based on standards and best practices that are widely adopted in the railway industry, such as EN50121 series, etc.