KEOLABS receives EMVCo 2.6a qualification


KEOLABS EMVCo validation solution has received the EMVCo 2.6a analog qualification.

KEOLABS tool for PICC validation includes a combination of hardware and software for testing contactless cards and handsets.

In a statement, the firm said using a robot in a test environment allows to optimise the workload of test engineers and technicians by automatizing the most cumbersome repetitive procedures. In addition, the robot positions the PICC sample and the reference PICC with a high level of accuracy ensuring the tests are always repeatable and reproducible.

All KEOLABS test tools are built around the same architecture. This way, test labs can purchase parts only once and run test suites for EMVCo and other certifications as well. Also, as all KEOLABS tools share the same architecture, test engineers and technicians need only to undergo training once to be able to complete all kinds of tests. The high-end oscilloscope and the robot can be used for numerous purposes around the lab.

"The fact that KEOLABS obtained this new certification EMVCo 2.6a demonstrates the efficiency of our approach to test tools, using an oscilloscope, a robot, and SCRIPTIS test tool in order to provide our customers with maximum flexibility when using our tools. Test engineers can edit scripts easily, bringing them the opportunity to use our products both for certification and characterization," stated Stéphane Jobard, KEOLABS’ Director of Validation Solutions.

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