Protecting the workforce and big data

There are two main sources of EMI in commercial buildings; the interference to electronics and data caused by raised ELF (or AC fields) from a combination of transformers, service panels and conduits, and external EMI and RF interference caused by external power sources such as railways.
These need to be considered both in a new building during the design phase to avoid shielding installation where possible, and in existing buildings where new tenants, a renovation, or a power change can significantly alter and sometimes increase the magnetic load on building occupants and their equipment. Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) threats are relatively new, but as the costs of real estate assets rise and thus transformers are being located within the buildings themselves, many organisations are carrying out electromagnetic assessments against this threat.

With increasing use of sensitive equipment and new laws introduced for Europe in 2016, Compliance Engineering International can help you protect your data and meet your regulatory requirements. For further information on new directives, please find information here.

Compliance Engineering International have carried out many building and workplace assessments for blue chip organisations to ensure that their staff and data both meet the stringent safety standards.

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Compliance Engineering International is focused on providing value led engineering services across Europe. For almost twenty years we have been building our reputation as leaders in EMI mitigation and shielding services, focusing on projects in the science, research and healthcare, energy, commercial, education, transportation and government sectors.

Compliance Engineering International

Clonross, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath,
A85 XN59, Ireland

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