Data Physics Corporation is a privately held company owned by Battery Ventures. Data Physics, Lansmont and Team Corporations combine to form a leading and comprehensive platform of vibration-testing equipment with global reach. Data Physics is in the NVT Group.
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Data Physics was founded in February 1984. One of the greatest factors of Data Physics ongoing success in delivering breakthrough technology is its dedicated team of software and hardware engineers. Our worldwide staff of exceptionally talented scientists, engineers, researchers, analysts, manufacturers, and developers comes from various backgrounds in automotive, aerospace, defense, technology, business, and more.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley in San Jose, California, USA and with offices and distributors all over the world, Data Physics continues to reach new heights in innovation.
As Director of Product Management, Thomas Reilly leads a team of product managers, responsible for the complete range of Data Physics products, including; signal analyzers, vibration control systems, high intensity acoustic test systems, and electrodynamic shaker systems. The product management team is responsible for product planning and execution throughout each product’s life cycle. This includes gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, sales, marketing, and customer support to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met.
Tom has almost 30 years of experience in vibration and acoustic testing and analysis. He started his career working with the US Navy in the area of acoustic analysis and design of submarines and surface ships. For more than 20 years he has worked for manufacturers of data acquisition systems, dynamic signal analyzers, and vibration control systems. Tom is a member of several industry working groups that define specifications and recommended practices for vibration testing and qualification. He has written numerous technical paper and articles on vibration testing, analysis and control, including multi degree of freedom vibration testing. Tom has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech.
As Director of Product Management, Kevin leads a team of product managers and applications engineers responsible for the Data Physics SignalForce and SignalSound product lines, which include high intensity acoustic test systems and electrodynamic shaker systems. The product management team is responsible for product planning and execution throughout each product’s life cycle. This includes gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, sales, marketing, and customer support to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met.
Kevin has more than 30 years of experience in vibration and acoustic testing. He spent 23 years working at Team Corporation in a variety of positions, most of which were in technical sales and service for servo-hydraulic vibration test systems, under one year as the Product Line Manager of Vibration Systems with Lansmont Corporation, and nearly 8 years at Data Physics as the Shaker Operations Manager. Kevin is a member of several industry working groups that define specifications and recommended practices for vibration testing and qualification. He is currently the Chairman of the IEST DTE-009 Shaker Selection Working group.
As Director of DSP Engineering, David Stephens leads a global team of hardware and software DSP engineers, responsible for the implementation of Data Physics DSP products, including; signal analyzers, turbomachinery vibration analyzers, vibration control systems, and high intensity acoustic test systems. The DSP engineering team brings to life all of Data Physics DSP products and maintains and improves them through each product’s life cycle. With input and guidance from product management, sales, and customer feedback, the DSP engineering team builds and delivers industry standard applications for an expanding range of test and measurement customers.
David joined Data Physics nearly 25 years ago as a university student summer intern. Over that period he has learned from the best at Data Physics while working the full range of DSP products first as an R&D Engineer and later as Project Lead. He’s a Silicon Valley native and has been in love with computers since he was a teenage hacker during the birth of desktop computing. When he’s not helping the Data Physics DSP engineering team create the best DSP products he can be found researching and tinkering with the latest computer technologies and software engineering methodologies. David has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from San Jose State University where he graduated with Great Distinction.