Join Data Physics at the 48th Turbomachinery & 35th Pump Symposia

Visit us in Booth 3121 to speak with our experts about your turbomachinery measurement and analysis needs and learn about our SignalCalc Turbo software. SEPTEMBER 10-12, 2019 HOUSTON, TX GEORGE Continue Reading →

Visit the Vibration Institute Annual Training Conference & Expo…on us!

On behalf of Data Physics, we’d like you to enjoy this free one-day pass to the VIATC – a $95 value. Good for Thursday, July 25, 2019, ONLY.

Get your free pass – click on the image! The Vibration Institute Annual Training Conference & Expo (VIATC) provides a practical learning experience, quality networking with top industry professionals, and Continue Reading →

Data Physics will be exhibiting at the Automotive Testing Expo Europe – May 21-23, 2019 – Stuttgart, Germany

Come visit us at Stand #8256 to say hello and see how we are driving new development in the Automotive Testing community with HIGH-PERFORMANCE vibration testing solutions for: EV & Continue Reading →

Data Physics to Exhibit at IMAC XXXVII Conference and Exposition

Visit us in booth 307! It’s Not Just Modal Anymore PREDICTIVE MODELING FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN AND DECISION MAKING January 28—31, 2019 in Orlando, Florida IMAC is a conference and exposition Continue Reading →

Data Physics is featured in Aerospace Testing International’s Showcase Publication

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“SAFETY FIRST FOR SATELLITE AND SPACECRAFT TESTS” A solution that provides the smooth ramp-down of vibration testing has helped to safely test the world’s most advanced space telescope. Read the Continue Reading →

Automotive Testing Expo 2018 – Novi Michigan – October 22-25

We’re driving new development in automotive testing and development. Visit us in booth 6015!

New Customer Laboratory System Launched in Everett, Washington

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Exciting event this week. Kevin McIntosh, General Manager of the Vibration Test Systems Business Unit attended the opening of our customer’s new Engineering and Prototype Laboratory in Everett, Washington. The Continue Reading →