National Technical Systems adds new testing facilities

  • 28-Feb-2010 02:28 EST

National Technical Systems Inc. (NTS) has opened two new engineering services and testing laboratories, one in California and another in Texas. The Climatic, Environmental, and Dynamics Product Testing Laboratory is based in close proximity to the company's existing test facilities in the Silicon Valley, CA, which are focused on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), product safety, international certifications, and wireless testing services. In Plano, TX, a new laboratory has been built that will support the company's Plano facility. NTS Plano provides electromagnetic interference (EMI)/EMC/electrostatic discharge testing services to a variety of industries, with expertise in testing to military, aerospace, telecommunications, and other industry specifications. The new EMI chamber with its 62-ft length, 36-ft width, and 24-ft height will support testing requirements for unmanned vehicles (UVs), military vehicles, as well as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

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