Certification

Certification of household and similar appliances in Brazil

The National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology, or Inmetro, requires both locally produced and imported household and similar appliances to be certified in order to be sold in Brazil.

Electronics

Electronics Manufacturing Services in Brazil

Manufacturing electronics in Brazil has proven to be a profitable option for many international companies.

Certification

Homologation of Telecommunication Line Filters

Most wired broadband services in Brazil are still being provided with copper cable as the last-mile infrastructure.

Online Payment

Offering Cross Border Payment to Brazil

Sales from global e-commerces to customers in Brazil have risen substantially over the last few years, to the point that merchants from all around the world are currently able to leverage the potential of this developing South-American market.

Certification

Homologation of Wireless Microphones and Headphones

Wireless microphones and headphones are typical equipment that require approval from the local telecommunication agency to be commercialised in Brazil.

E-commerce

Customer Services for E-commerce in Brazil

Over the last few years, e-commerces in Brazil have implemented several new technologies to increase the quality and efficiency of their customer services.

Certification

Certification of power banks in Brazil

Power banks consumption became very popular among smartphone users as a consequence of an increase in mobile phones penetration in Brazil over the last few years.

Mobile and Telecom

M2M Incentives in Brazil

The broadening of M2M applications has led the government to create fiscal incentives for further development of technologies in Brazil.

Certification

Homologation of Antennas in Brazil

Certain categories of telecommunication antennas are required to undergo specific homologation procedures established by Anatel, the Brazilian Telecommunications Agency.

Certification

Anatel Homologation of Electronic Toys

To remain relevant in the market and compete with other consumer products, toy manufacturers are increasingly adding electronics parts to their products to become more appealing to children.

Mobile and Telecom

Sales channels for mobile devices in Brazil

Brazil has an intricate market for the commercialisation of mobile devices, which involves not only traditional channels like mobile carriers stores, but also alternative channels that are often not used in other countries in the world.

Certification

Homologation of Fibre Equipment

Optical fibre equipment are essential elements for the high speed networks and all these types of equipment used in Brazil must be homologated by the Brazilian telecommunications agency Anatel.