Angie Hospitality attains international certifications

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Angie Hospitality's guestroom assistant meets the health, safety and environmental-protection standards established by internationally recognized product testing and regulatory bodies. Photo credit: Angie Hospitality

Angie Hospitality has achieved "global-ready" status, having received multiple authorizations and international certifications to operate in most hospitality markets around the globe. Combined with its original North American certifications for the U.S. and Canada, Angie is now ready to complement guestroom devices and property solutions in additional regions that include the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the Middle East.

Angie Hospitality's interactive guestroom assistant meets the health, safety and environmental-protection standards established by internationally recognized product testing and regulatory bodies, including the Federal Communications Commission, Industry Canada, Conformité Européene and Underwriter's Laboratories, along with many others. 

Angie has been rigorously tested to ensure that its radio and electrical emissions do not interfere with other devices within the same environment in accordance with the stringent FCC Class B standard. This certification ensures that the device's Zigbee, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy capabilities all meet the more demanding FCC standard. 

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While not compulsory, Angie's AC adaptor is UL-listed and meets the safety standards required in most workplace settings. Angie Hospitality has produced a declaration of conformity affirming that its product complies with the requirements for global markets that recognize the CE regulatory standard.

“These international certifications, when combined with our North American approvals, reflect our commitment to meet the needs of the global hospitality market,” Angie Hospitality CEO Ted Helvey said in a statement. “Now, hoteliers around the world can be completely confident in Angie's ability to meet their region's specific regulatory requirements while integrating seamlessly with existing infrastructure and legacy systems.”

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