UL presented, during a digital press conference, its renewed laboratory located near Milan. It is a structure specialized in the electromagnetic and wireless compatibility: it will use the most innovative technologies and the know-how of UL experts to carry out the necessary tests to guarantee the requirements that a connected product must meet. UL’s laboratory at Carugate will be a reference point for companies in Southern Europe, providing highly qualified services to ensure electromagnetic and wireless compatibility for several sectors, including lighting equipment, small and major domestic appliances, consumer electronics, medical devices, Information Technology Equipments (ITE), telecommunications, industrial products. The world of the Internet of Things requires intelligent connections, data security and solid infrastructures. Companies must prove the reliability and compliance of the products, offer quality and protect the reputation of their brands. UL aims to help companies innovate safely, supporting them throughout the development and go-to-market process, reducing risk and helping to improve the product reliability. During the press conference, Giulio Salvadori, Director of the Internet of Things and Connected Car & Mobility Observatories of the School of Management of the Politecnico di Milano, presented some data on the IoT market. Besides, Morten Lassen (Regional VP Europe of UL) and Francesco Marenoni (Regional Sales Director Europe and UK, UL) illustrated the solutions and services that the new laboratory is able to offer to help companies avoid possible risks deriving from non-conformities identified by the supervisory authorities, such as the withdrawal of the product from the market.