Whether it is the modeling of an innovative state-of-the-art threat systems or the simulations of exotic metastructures and photonic devices, knowing how these models and systems will perform in real-world scenarios is a pertinent precursory stage in the design process. Complicated problems, such as these, can at times be labeled too difficult to solve. However, electromagnetic modeling and simulation can produce quality results.
Efficiently Producing Unparalleled Results
Since complete designs and models do not end with idealized operation in perfect conditions, our modeling and simulation approach extends to actual performance in real-world scenarios. IERUS's designers are experienced in developing phenomenological models that are essential when analyzing non-ideal hardware geometries in realistic environments. By considering the impact of various real-world effects and using our experience to decide which effects are important and which can be ignored, we efficiently produce unparalleled results.
Some areas we specialize in include target and threat tracking algorithms, atmospheric distortion and attenuation problems, and optical and radar signature analysis.