Ultra Electronics, EMS is a world-class, AS9100 rev C/ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of defense electronic systems and products. Since our founding in 1972, EMS has been a supplying the US government and allied nations equipment, services and expertise in the field of magnetic and electric field countermeasures for naval mine warfare, sensor design and power conversion. EMS has provided hundreds of magnetic silencing systems for the US government, as well as for many of our allies. Shipboard degaussing systems are specified for naval combat and support vessels and are a strategic part of a ship's defense architecture. With hundreds of qualified systems in the field based on proven design techniques and topologies, EMS can call upon this vast reference base to meet your specific design requirements.
Ultra Electronics, EMS has a diverse range of other product offerings: Specialty magnetic components: transformers, inductors, Transformer Rectifier Units (TRU), EMI filters - variable speed drives, bi-polar switching current amplifiers, power supplies, frequency converters, 270VDC and 400Hz aircraft ground support converters and Battery Monitoring Systems (BMS) and vehicle power management products for military platforms.
Ultra Electronics, EMS is committed to quality. Our Quality Policy is to provide products and services, which consistenly meet or exceed the requirements set by our customers and which are delivered on time and at the greatest value. EMS is committed to comply with requirements and continuously improve the effectiveness of the Quality Management System.
Ultra Electronics is a group of specialist businesses designing, manufacturing and supporting electromechanical systems, sub-systems, products and components for defence, security, aerospace and transport applications worldwide.
April 12, 2016
Ultra Electronics DNE, operating under Ultra Electronics EMS, announced it has been awarded the RiQ Ruggedized Networking Switch contract by Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems in a press release. The contract, which includes the supply of spares, is valued at $9.3 million.