The approval was granted by the Navy’s Submarine Maintenance Engineering, Planning and Procurement Activity (SUBMEPP)…
TRI hosted webinar for DSIAC on Materials and Applications for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding
Join us this Thursday, Aug 26th for the webinar presented by Doyle T. Motes III, TRI Austin’s Non Destructive Evaluation Division Director.
The United States’ ability to deploy weapon systems with embedded electronics is a key capability for the Warfighter. Protecting embedded electronics against electromagnetic interference (EMI) from both natural and artificial sources is a critical requirement. This webinar explores the options available to contain and protect electronics from EMI from a materials development and materials engineering perspective. It will begin with a background on EMI, then provide examples of military applications, describe recent research into materials and engineering, and discuss markets and the weaknesses in existing supply chains.