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announces the completion of a new state-of-the-art environmental test facility, a leading stage of a forward thinking plan to enhance operations at Servotronics and its subsidiaries.
Its special functions and capabilities include an instrumented test range, open-air range, EM environmental test facility (including electromagnetic interference [EMI], electromagnetic compatibility [EMC], and TEMPEST [unclassified code word for compromising emanations, now called emissions security or EMSEC]), unmanned aerial vehicle test facilities, tactical radio testbed, environmental test facility, virtual battlefield environment facility, Global Positioning System instrumentation suite, and antenna test facility.
Aflatoxin concentrations in edible, treated peanuts in 1988 were by far the lowest ever observed during 9 years of research using a specialized environmental test facility.
We believe we have the largest and most up-to-date EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) testing facility in the Bay Area, and, with the additional laboratory, we believe we will have the largest, most capable and professional environmental test facility in that region.
NTS Plano is also a full-service environmental test facility capable of managing environmental test programs, both commercial and military.
Army Yuma Proving Ground (Yuma) is a multiple-purpose desert environmental test facility covering over 1300 square miles in southwest Arizona.
The alliance calls for QualMark to equip Emitech's new environmental test facility in Versailles, near Paris, with an OVS system.