February 23rd, 2012
The GSM Association Mobile World Congress in Barcelona had a record attendance and we would just like to thank all those who met with us there. We look forward to further developing the markets and strategies discussed.
If you missed us don’t hesitate to make contact via the Contact Us page.
December 9th, 2011
The fieldSENSE was recently presented in the NATE - Tower Times Product showcase (Dec 2011) , and we are happy to show you an excerpt from the publication. The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) is a non-profit trade association providing a unified voice for tower erection, maintenance and service companies. They are an essential resource to all those in the industry, especially their monthly publication, the Tower Times.
* Also remember to visit us at the upcoming 17th Annual NATE Conference & Exposition in San Antonio, Texas 6-9 Feb 2012.
Link to the full publication: Tower Times Dec 2011
October 19th, 2011
The fieldSENSE was recently tested by Dr. Vitas Anderson and Ray McKenzie from the ACRBR (Australian Centre for RF Bioeffects Research). Testing was performed at the Swinburne University of Technology in Hawthorn, Melbourne.
EMSS wished to have an independent facility verify the performance of the devices for the benefit of our clients.
The fieldSENSE was tested for both CW and modulated signals (GSM & WCDMA).
The detailed report can be viewed by clicking the link below:
June 21st, 2011
The fieldSENSE was recently presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society in Halifax, Canada under the title: “Development and testing of a cost-effective personal RF safety monitor for mobile telephony workers“.
EMSS would like to thank all those who attended the meeting, and for many fruitful discussions on the fieldSENSE and EMF safety in general. We look forward to meeting again, if not sooner then at the next BEMS meeting.
If you were unable to attend and would like a copy of the presentation please follow this link to the pdf. fieldSENSE presentation
April 19th, 2011
“…The Tell study concluded that such devices (RF personal monitor) can act as reliable RF detectors and the device tested generally responded in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. Such devices could be especially useful in areas where multiple transmitters are located and it may not be easy or possible to predict the presence of high RF fields. Work procedures could be instituted requiring the wearer of such a device to leave an area or take other precautions when the device alerts that an RF field approaching the MPE limit is present. These monitors can be a valuable component of an RF safety program….”
An excerpt from FCC OET Bulletin 65 of 1997 highlights the benefits of Personal RF Monitors with a specific focus on areas where the MPE (maximum permissible exposure) levels may be exceeded whether referring to the Controlled (Occupational) or Uncontrolled (Public) limits. These are especially valuable, as noted in areas where multiple transmitters are closely located, as is typically the case for mobile phone base transmitter stations where multiple network operators may share a site.
Follow this link for FCC_OET65_1997
April 18th, 2011
Max Birch from EMSS Consulting presented a paper at the recent EBEA conference in Rome. The paper details a practical method to assess RF workers that have metallic implants. This method is tailored to the cellular industry with a goal to give accurate answers to network operators in a realistic time frame so as to make relevant decisions. These advances in technology are in line with the EMSS approach to all EMF compliance issues, and tie in well with the IXUS & fieldSENSE product suite. The abstract of the paper can be viewed here.
April 18th, 2011
We recently attended the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (14-17 Feb 2011) which attracted a record 60 300 people. We would like to thank all those people who visited our exhibition, and we look forward to a lasting business relationship. If you missed us, no problem, we will be there again next year in Hall 2.
Feel free to set-up a meeting beforehand to avoid disappointment. Contact us at fieldsense.emss.co.za.