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Wireless Sensor

Wireless Sensor Networks

Virtual EM creates wireless sensor technologies to enable Internet of Things (IoT) by moving data from sensors on the field to the cloud to mobile devices without degradation of data integrity.


Wireless Sensor

Computational Electromagnetics

Virtual EM develops software for modeling electromagnetic radiation, scattering and propagation in closed as well as open spaces.


Wireless Sensor

Antennas and Radio Frequency (RF) Circuits

Whether the need is for zero weight, embedded or conformal antennas, Virtual EM is ready for the challenge. Our antenna designs are optimized for performance to maximize signal-to-noise ratio while minimizing co-site interference.


Wireless Sensor

Machine Learning

Virtual EM has developed numerous machine learning algorithms based on Support Vector Machines (SVMs) with support from U.S. Navy for periscopes in high seas and Missile Defense Agency for detecting and identifying missile targets from among decoys.


Design better. Faster.

Accelerated Antenna Design Software

VirAntenn™ is a computer-aided design (CAD) software tool used to compute radiation and scattering from arbitrary structures. With it, you can predict the performance of antennas and the radar cross-section of targets in both military and civilian applications.

  • Proven accuracy, reliability, and effectiveness.
  • Reduced time-to-market, lowered costs, &improved quality.
  • Free lifetime updates and support.
  • Low upfront investment in future leading software.



U.S. Air Force STTR Phase I Award

U.S. Air Force has notified today Virtual EM that its STTR Phase I proposal titled “Remote Sensing System for Monitoring Cardiopulmonary Signals.” has been selected for award. Case Western Reserve University will serve as the research institution partner... read more

U.S. SOCOM STTR Phase I Contract

U.S. Special Forces Command has awarded Virtual EM a 6-month STTR Phase I contract for developing methods to use vehicles and structures to enhance radiation efficiency of VHF and UHF band antennas. University of Wisconsin will serve as the research institution... read more

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