Researched Based ESD Laboratory Located
on Federal Property at NASA-Ames
The "Hands On" Solution Experts!
ESD Subject Matter ExpertsTM
RMV Leading the Way for Others to FollowTM
First to Spearhead "Hands On" ESD Courses for Operators, Technicians,
Engineers & Scientists!
NASA ESD Program Managers Training, Story on page 15
"Hands On" Interactive Instrument Driven ESD Course Study!
Use of Instrumentation in Support of an ANSI/ESD S20.20 Program
Training takes place in a real ESD laboratory environment!
First to Present at NASA QLF & Publish on:
"Suspect Counterfeiting of ESD Materials & Packaging in the Supply ChainTM
Planetary Ventures Lease + RMV Visit (Cover, p4) +
Made In Space Makes History + more news from NASA Research Park Partners
Coreena Conley, Renee Mitchell & Maria Contreras-Sweet
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Recently expanded into a spacious new testing laboratory and training center, RMV is conveniently located onsite at NASA-Ames Research Center just South of the San Francisco International Airport and minutes away from downtown Palo Alto, Mountain View and San Jose.
Bob Vermillion, Maria Contreras-Sweet, Coreena Conley & Renee Mitchell
The RMV testing and training facility is within earshot of Google in Mountain View and Stanford University and within minutes of the best schools and world class Silicon Valley manufacturing facilities in the Bay Area.
RMV provides advanced ESD/EMC engineering services, materials and system level testing, technology training and facility auditing for ANSI/ESDS20.20 compliance for the engineering and scientific community. RMV conducts advanced and engineered materials test and evaluation for the aerospace/defense, medical device and pharmaceutical sectors. Validation and certification of materials include inherently conductive polymers, inherently dissipative polymers (IDPs), inherently dissipative alloys (IDAs), carbon fiber composites, Carbon NanoTube (CNTs), conductive coatings and other advanced polymers used for R&D and high technology application. In mitigating the effects of electrostatic discharge (ESD) on advanced materials, pick and place equipment and robotics in the factory, cleanroom and in harsh environments, our technology leadership utilizes advanced instrumentation and 'know how' to respond to our customer requirements and challenges in the laboratory, factory, cleanroom and in the field.
The carefully selected team of international experts can test and evaluate, analyze, solve and provide recommendations for you - from the soldier in the field - to the patient in the operating room - to the consumer in the marketplace due to the growing complexity of ultra-sensitive electronics and its direct effect upon the quality performance of materials, equipment, components and parts as we continue to innovate in the 21st century.
RMV provides a list of courses available for our most popular classes. Please click here for more information on our current list of classes for the Fiscal Year 2012.
RMV at NASA-Ames Research Center
350 N. Akron Road,Building 19, Suite 1073, Moffett Field, CA 90345