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Compliance: the connected product’s best friend

A growing wave of regulations is impacting connected products, driven by concerns over numerous risks.

These regulations aim to protect users, ensure environmental responsibility, safeguard personal data, and bolster cybersecurity. 

This affects the whole product lifecycle, from development and operation to decommissioning. They can apply to both the physical and digital components of connected products, with further geographic and industry-specific requirements.

While the path to compliance is not always easy, companies can unlock broader benefits. These include improved customer and partner trust, market differentiation through transparency, and avoiding financial penalties.

This is where compliance by design comes in. By involving skilled personnel, defined processes, and the right tools, organisations can establish the optimal approach for connected product compliance. This frees them to focus on innovation, rather than regulatory hurdles.

Meet our experts

Nicolas Rousseau

Executive Vice-President, Capgemini Engineering Group Offer Leader, Intelligent Products & Services
Rousseau’s role with Capgemini focuses on intelligent industry, working with companies to develop a holistic view of products, software, data, and services to improve customer interaction, business operations, R&D, engineering, manufacturing, and supply chains.

Ola Olsson

Engineering Team Manager
As expert within regulatory strategy and quality operations, Ola Olsson brings more than 20 years of compliance experience for connected products. With his deep knowledge in regulations, standards and guidelines for medical devices, he possess the skills for development of a fruitful quality mindset within the business, resulting in high quality products and a fully compliant and effective organization. He is used to develop quality departments and processes, manage complex compliance projects within manufacturing and product development and solve complicated regulatory problems.