ETS-Lindgren serves government and military defense agencies with a full line of products that help the U.S. government protect its infrastructure, its borders, its citizens, and its interests around the world.
While we are not on the front lines, our team supports those who are by ensuring that modern aerospace and cutting-edge defense systems – which make heavy use of electronics - work as intended. Our commitment to our country’s defense runs deep. In addition to ensuring the readiness of complex platforms like earth-orbiting satellites; we recently constructed the world’s largest RF microwave chamber for full-aircraft testing. The threat to take down critical systems, communications, data and infrastructure with Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI; high power radio frequency weapons) is a growing concern. Even lightning can generate localized electromagnetic pulse (EMP) surges powerful enough to take out grid systems. While you may not be able to prevent an EMP event, ETS-Lindgren can help you control the outcome.
Recognized the world over for our shielding and protection expertise, we’ve also been instrumental in the development of protection standards, shaping government policy and protocols, and innovating new products and strategies that defy the conventional, wait-and-see approach.
Oct 24-29, 2021
Daytona Beach, FL
This paper is intended address the growing confusion in the industry over Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF) design and performance requirements and to bring some clarity to various documents and performance requirements from a RF shielding perspective to aid in the design and construction of these facilities.
Joel Kellogg, Director of Business Development, ETS-Lindgren
Maintaining the resiliency
of all Critical Infrastructure Segments, including the electric grid, sensitive
data centers, and vital communication channels, has become a growing concern globally
as Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) events continue to threaten society and the
operation of business and life as we know it.
Mike Caruso, Janet O'Neil, Bob Piemonte
S&BP asks experts about the best ways to protect electrical infrastructure from physical and cyber attacks, geomagnetic disturbances, an electromagnetic pulse, and radio frequency and microwave weapons.