ASTIC Signals Defenses Earns NFRC Certification
February 2, 2010
ASTIC Signals Defenses (ASD) in Owings Mills, Md., announced it
has earned NFRC certification for its Signals Defenses® (SD)
Technology, which it says can also help projects qualify for LEED
credits for energy conservation. SD Technology products, which include
surface applied films, laminated glass and laminated polycarbonates,
are designed to provide electronic eavesdropping mitigation (including
RF flood attacks and LASER attacks).
"SD Technology's genesis was to meet the stringent Technical
Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM) requirements of the U.S. Department
of Defense, however its certified energy savings performance now
is allowing our clients to procure using their energy budgets. Additionally,
SD Technology fits nicely with the vision of the current legislative
bills in the House (H.R. 2454) and Senate (S.1733 & S.1462)
for energy conservation and climate change," says Ron Waranowski,
ASD's managing director. "SD Technology provides multi-use
benefits for eavesdropping mitigation, energy conservation, physical
security and a healthy environment for both people and electronic
equipment by blocking RF, IR and UV energy."
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