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.
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.
July 8, 2014
Virtual EM Inc. secured an exclusive license to Monarch Antenna, Inc.'s patented self-structuring antenna technology for government markets including defense and space applications. See the Press Release for more details.
January 29, 2014
U.S. Navy has awarded Virtual EM an 18-month STTR Phase II contract for an HF/VHF conformal reconfigurable antenna for UAVs. Contract includes a 9-month Option 1 and another 18-month Option 2, which depend on the performance on the preceding phases. Michigan State University, AAI Corporation and MesoScribe Technologies, Inc will be the subcontractors on the effort.
June 7, 2013
MDA has awarded Virtual EM a 2-year SBIR Phase II contract to develop CEM software for computing RCS of targets using hardware acceleration. Virtual EM's VirAntenn software will be the base for the final deliverable and will be optimized on multi-core CPUs, GPUs and other HPC platforms such as clusters. Software has already been validated against government supplied test data.
May 15, 2013
U.S. Navy has awarded Virtual EM a six-month SBIR Phase I contract based on its proposal titled "Hardware Accelerated CAD software for Accurate Prediction of Co-site Interference" submitted to the Topic N131-008. Ohio State University will be the subcontractor on the algorithmic improvements and Virtual EM will focus on optimization of the engine on GPU platforms.
March 11, 2013
Virtual EM completed development of a 802.15.4 mesh network system for sensing and monitoring applications. The system is scalable and supports standard sensor interfaces.