We analyze, study, predict, evaluate and measure them
We are able to transmit and receive them to produce high performance systems
We can modify them, direct them where convenient, control them for interference-free ICT systems
Proprietary numerical codes
for analysis and design
Synthesis and optimization
based on evolutionary algorithms
Electromagnetic Interference Prediction and Control (EMIC)
in occupational and general public environments
Biological effects of e.m. fields
Electromagnetic Compatibility of devices and subsystems
Estimation and measurement of e.m. field levels
Conformal Cavity Backed V/UHF antennas
for integrated future masts
for composite and metallic tower
Integrated configurable metamaterial
Assemblies of multiple elements
fashioned from composite materials such as metals or plastics.
The materials are usually arranged
in repeating patterns, at scales that are smaller than the wavelengths of the phenomena they influence.
represent the 2D version of metamaterials. They have been applied to large number of scenarios.
During the hair removal in the wet processing of raw hides, specific alkaline substances as lime and sodium sulphide are used. Such treatment determines a strong impact on the quality of the derived wastewater as well as on safety of the working environment, because of the released organic pollution loading, suspended solids and sulphides.
The latter in the pickling phase, in acidic conditions, releases in the environment gaseous sulphidric acid, thus having an important weight in terms of environmental impact and risk for workers.
TERSA is an R&D Project aiming to develop and integrate two types of radars and technologies for electric propulsion on SAPR (Remotely Piloted Aircraft System). The Project outcome will substantially increase the dual (civilian and military) operational surveillance capability: data collection and control on land and sea, integration in civil air traffic ensuring low environmental impact.
There will be realized two prototypes, one related to the conventional configuration mode and the other to the VTOL one, each one testing one subset of operational capabilities.
The Zero-Dry project sets itself the goal of realizing a process of indirect heating drying of organic waste with high moisture content, capable of massively reduce the water content without producing harmful gaseous emissions and/or odorous or watery waste, with minimized energy consumption.