Engineering Integration Challenges?
Complex Systems Integration can generate more electromagnetic compatibility issues (Source/Victim or/and External) which can adversely affect equipment operation.
Electromagnetic Environmental Effects are the most critical threats to the systems operation. The development of Electrical Vehicles (EV), Telecoms and Connected Objects Technologies will increase EMC/EMI integration challenges
EMC requirements definition, EMC technical guidance, EMC integration, and Certification are the most challenging phases for product development.
BIRCIS Technologies & Consulting is launched by Engineering Doctorate (PhD) and Aerospace professionals.
BIRCIS Technologies & Consulting provides high quality engineering services in Systems Engineering (Design, Integration, Analysis, Simulation and Modelling) with a strong background in Electrical Engineering, Electromagnetic Environmental Threats (EMI / EMC / HIRF / ESD / Lightning / Cosmic Radiation), from design to product certification including verification and validation (V&V) processes, qualification, and testing.
We deliver strategic consulting, professional services, and cost-effective solutions for Automotive, Aerospace, Defense, Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS)/UAS, eVTOL, Railway, Telecoms, and Electronics Industry sectors.
Our mission is to support companies in Systems Engineering, Design, Integration, Testing, Analysis, Simulation and Modelling challenges.
We support our customers to stay at the forefront of the technologies with our cutting-edge Research & Development (R&D) capabilities and professional training portfolio.
Our technical specialists have accumulated decades of experiences in Systems engineering with a special focus on the technical challenges inherent in Aerospace and Automotive applications.
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