Ibrahim Jilani is responsible for the product safety global business development for Consumer Technology division at UL. He serves UL’s public safety mission and the market needs by addressing global industry matters. He represents UL in a variety of industry trade groups and product segments including Batteries, Chargers, Consumer Electronics, e-Bikes, e-Scooters, IT Equipment, Robots, and VR/AR/MR Equipment.
Ibrahim launched UL’s Micro-Mobility services platform and supported accreditation of many UL safety standard, most notably UL 2272 for for Personal e-Mobility Devices, UL 3030 for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, & UL 2201 for Low Carbon Monoxide Portable Generators as the United States &/or Canada bi-national standards.
Previously, Ibrahim led UL’s global energy system & e-mobility technology team launching numerous stationary/ev battery safety standards and test methods. He has been with UL for over 15 years and holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering from University of Illinois in Chicago and a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is based out of UL’s Headquarters in Northbrook, IL USA.