EMRTC and its affiliates make up one of the United States' premier research and training institutions. In addition to the many services and research areas provided directly by EMRTC, EMRTC's Affiliates provide specialized services and research.
The mission of EMRTC's state-of-the-art MicroElectronics Testing and Technology Obsolescence Program (METTOP) is to test, evaluate and assess the many types of microelectronic components that make up so many of today's sophisticated military, space and commercial systems.
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The Playas Training and Research Center (PTRC) located in southwestern New Mexico is a unique center of excellence providing training, operational support and research, development, test and evaluation in a real-world environment for its customers, including First Responders and Border Protection, Urban Warfare/Military Operations on Urban Terrain(MOUT) and Anti-Terrorism professionals.
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The Institute for Complex Additive Systems Analysis (ICASA) is an academia, industry, and government cooperative venture. ICASA is dedicated to studying the behavior, vulnerabilities, and predictability of complex systems. ICASA's interdisciplinary approach delivers information age research, applies that research to real-world problems, and develops key enabling technologies. In support of research and development, ICASA trains and educates the nation's next generation of critical systems thinkers.
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The Institute for Engineering Research and Applications (IERA) mission is to perform focused research and to plan, develop and implement specific technologies and activities that will provide for safe and effective use and protection of resources, both now and in the future.
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The Border Security Center for Research, Education, Training and Technical Assistance (BORSEC) has a mission to partner with state & local organizations in NM and neighboring states to obtain supplemental funding to counter border violence. To stimulate and conduct research, education, training, and technical assistance to counter border violence and protect the rights and safety of all people in New Mexico.
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