Hardware Solutions

Virtual EM develops hardware for reconfigurable antennas, RF circuits and embedded systems. Both passive and active electronics is of interest and we are always pushing the envelope. Mature technologies are productized using sound engineering approaches.

Software Solutions

Virtual EM developes software for Electonic Design Automation (EDA) and firmware for embedded systems. Applications range from Antennas, RF circuits, phased arays and propagation to wireless sensors, adaptive antenna control and automated testing.

News

March 3, 2017

Virtual EM will be exhibiting at the IEEE AP-S/URSI 2017 (San Diego, CA) to be held at Manchester Grand Hyatt, One Market Place, San Diego, California 92101 on July 9-14, 2017. Virtual EM will be showcasing the new features of its flagship product, VirAntenn software, along side embedded wireless and tunable antenna products. Visit us at Booth No. 34.

February 10, 2017

Virtual EM will be exhibiting at the Michigan Defense Expo (MDEX) to be held at Macomb Community College - Sports and Expo Center on April 26-27, 2017. Virtual EM will be showcasing the new features of its flagship product, VirAntenn software, along side embedded wireless and tunable antenna products. Visit us at Booth No. C2.

February 1, 2017

U.S. Air Force has awarded Virtual EM a 9-month STTR Phase I contract for developing a polymer skin with embedded electronics for Structural Health Monitoring of aging aircraft. Case Western University is the Research Institution partner on the effort.

July 30, 2016

U.S. Navy has exercised the Option 2 as part of Virtual EM's current STTR Phase II contract to extend the work for eighteen months for flight testing of the advanced prototypes built during the Option 1 period. Project concerns zero-weight HF/VHF conformal antennas for UAVs and Michigan State University and Raytheon Company will serve as the subcontractors on the effort.

July 14, 2016

U.S. Air Force has awarded Virtual EM a 9-month SBIR Phase I contract for developing HF antennas for ground stations and aircraft. Michigan State University will serve as subcontractor on the effort.

April 3, 2016

U.S. Army has awarded Virtual EM a 6-month SBIR Phase I contract for accelerating Army's CFD codes using Many Integrated Cores (MICs) processors. University of Michigan will serve as a subcontractor on the effort.

December 2, 2015

U.S. Navy has exercised the Option 1 as part of Virtual EM's current STTR Phase II contract to extend the work for eight months for developing advanced prototypes and field testing. Project concerns HF/VHF conformal antennas for UAVs. Michigan State University and Raytheon Company will serve as subcontractors on the effort.

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