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ETS-Lindgren has more than 75 years of combined experience and expertise. The company was formed by combining a number of industry-leading companies, including many that pioneered today's widely accepted products and practices.
ETS-Lindgren Announces Acquisition of German Test Solutions Provider, EMV GmbH
CEDAR PARK, TEXAS, March 18, 2011 – ETS-Lindgren announced today that it has acquired EMV Elektronische Messgerate Vertriebs-G.m.b.H., together with its subsidiary EMSCREEN Electromagnetic Screening G.m.b.H (collectively, “EMV”). EMV is located in Taufkirchen, Germany, near Munich. The company is a leading supplier of EMC and RF measurement systems, including the design and installation of architectural RF shielded facilities.
ETS-Lindgren Announces Partnership with EMCO Elektronik
CEDAR PARK, Texas – July 16, 2015 – ETS-Lindgren announced a partnership with EMCO Elektronik, an experienced dealer and consultant for systems, measuring devices and components for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), high frequency (HF), and multiple input, multiple output over-the-air (MIMO OTA) test applications. EMCO Elektronik serves industries such as automotive, research, telecommunications, health, military and SatCom in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Based in Munich, Germany, EMCO Elektronik is ideally located near ETS-Lindgren’s "European Center of Competence" in Taufkirchen, Germany - a service, manufacturing, sales and engineering support facility.
New Semi-Anechoic Chamber Expedites Avionic EMC Testing
EURA, Finland, September 12, 2008 - ETS-Lindgren announced the completion of a semi-anechoic chamber at Airbus in Hamburg, Germany. Valued at over 500,000 Euro, the large chamber measures 12 m (39 ft) x 6.7 m (22 ft) x 6.5 m (21 ft) and features an 8 m (26 ft) x 4 m (13 ft) x 2.9 m (9 ft) control room. The chamber will be used primarily for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing of electrical and electronic components and systems in the aircraft industry. The new indoor, in house test environment ensures round the clock test capabilities.
ETS-Lindgren Educates Engineers at EMC 2011
CEDAR PARK, Texas, June 15, 2011- ETS-Lindgren engineers will present in several technical sessions scheduled during the 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC 2011) in Long Beach, California over August 14-19. The annual symposium is the premier gathering of EMC engineers from industry, academia and government organizations and attracts over 2,000 attendees from around the world.
ETS-Lindgren Educates Engineers at EMC 2009
CEDAR PARK, Texas, July 3, 2009 – ETS-Lindgren engineers will present in several technical sessions scheduled during the 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC 2009) in Austin, Texas over August 17-21. The annual symposium is the premier gathering of EMC engineers from industry, academia and government organizations and attracts over 2,000 attendees from around the world. As a regular contributor to the symposium's technical program and, given the symposium location near ETS-Lindgren's headquarters in Cedar Park, this year the company is especially involved. In addition to ETS-Lindgren engineers sharing their expertise on the technical program, ETS-Lindgren will also host the annual workshops of the ANSI ASC C63® committee and lead a technical tour of its expansive 145,000 sq ft facility and ISO 17205 certified open area test site, the industry's first A2LA-accredited calibration site. Several members of ETS-Lindgren's staff actively participate on the symposium organizing committee.
Global Automotive EMC Experts Convene at Clemson University
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA – March 6, 2008 – Clemson University will host a one-day seminar “Advances in Automotive EMC Test and Design” on March 12, 2008 at the new Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR). Sponsored by the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society, the seminar features six global industry experts from leading companies such as ETS-Lindgren, Johnson Controls (France), and BMW (Germany), as well as universities that address automotive research, including Clemson University, the Missouri University of Science and Technology, and the University of Michigan – Dearborn. With extended presentations on automotive topics ranging from EMC and compliance testing to circuit board and system design, the seminar concludes with a tour of the impressive new CU-ICAR facility and its full vehicle EMC test chamber designed and installed by ETS-Lindgren.