What is Testing, Inspection and Certification?
The Testing, Inspection and Certification is mainly abbreviated as TIC, comprises of a wide range industry sectors and different standards and legislation. TIC refers to the services that includes auditing, testing to inspection, verification, quality assurance and certification. TIC are the independent companies that plays an essential role in economic terms for all the kind of sectors, that ranges from automotive, education, tourism, hospitality, logistics, etc.
Testing: It refers to determination of characteristics of the objects, inspection calls for examination of product by comparing its quality, size, process, etc.
Inspection: It is mainly responsible for investigation of a product design, product, process or installation and determination of its conformity with precise requirements or, on the basis of qualified judgement, with general requirements.
Certification: The last step that is certification is given from an authorized third party when the product passes all the stages of examination.
What are the main applications of TIC?
The chief application for testing, inspection and certification are quality and safety services, product performance assessment, certification and evaluation of shipments, production evaluation, valuation of imports with respect to standards, industrial examinations, maintenance turnarounds, system certification, supplier evaluation, laboratory outsourcing and others.
Changes in the market demand of TIC:
TIC companies, irrespective of sector, work to validate the safety, security, and performance of a product, service, or process. Product authentications fall into two categories. The first type is shown before a product launch, while the second is done while the product is in service or in use. One focus of TIC businesses is to confirm the new or installed hardware, such as cars and machinery, which people test at their desk, on site, or in a lab. As global trade, regulatory necessity, and outsourcing have grown, so has demand for these external services.
Technology Trends Of TIC:
The role of TIC businesses is about to change, however, as emerging digital technologies assume a larger role in providing TIC services over the next decade.
The TIC market is mainly characterized by different trends that involves a proliferation of standards and regulations, increased simplification of procedure, controls technologies and helps in sustaining the growing interest of users and customers. Enhanced use of TIC for quality assessment is highly demanded by the manufacturers to maintain their market size.
Testing, Inspection and Certification Market: 4.3% CAGR
Projected Revenue: 262.4 billion from 2021 to 2027
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Published Date : March-2021