You concentrate on the research, and we will take care of the details.
Current experimentation greatly benefits from electronics systems that are developed to make the lowest noise, high precision samples, and output data to a computer system. Having an engineering team that is familiar with the fundamentals of data sampling and automation and that is able to develop specialized electronic circuits will greatly enhance your research.
Whether it would be specialized firmware, a Labview System for Data Acquisition, a .NET application, or simply programming a Matlab code for data analysis, our software engineers are ready to help.
Does your experiment need cryogenics at a remote site? We have experience providing cryogenic liquids in the most remote bases in Antarctica. Liquid nitrogen production, liquid helium storage/transfers, refrigeration and safety are all part of Extreme Endeavors' history in assisting with cryogenics.
Whatever your infrastructure needs are, whether it is in the middle of Antarctica, access to remote villages in Papua, New Guinea or a trailer/truck to house your experiment, Extreme Endeavors can help. Leave the details to us so that you can concentrate on what you do best: your scientific process and the results!
Examples Of Support Projects
Rebound of the Trans Antarctic Mountains with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
We provided development of a microprocessor system and installation to support the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in measuring the rebound of the Trans-Antarctic Mountains.
Infrasound Research with NASA Langley Research Center
Helping NASA to locate caves on mars and testing/analysis of the infrasound sensor
Mining for Rare Earth Elements with West Virginia University
We developed a trailer to capture valuable rare earth elements from acid mine drainage from coal mining
Ghent Propane Tank Explosion Research for The Chemical Safety and Hazards Investigation Board
We performed research for the CSB to aid their federal investigation to determine the cause of a fatal explosion.
Through-the-Earth Communications with Nova Engineering
Extreme Endeavors was hired to assist Nova Engineering in the analysis of through-the-earth communication systems utilizing caves around West Virginia.
Research Conducted By Extreme Endeavors
Innovation With a Direction
Our Research Generates Results!
All of our products are a direct result of our research. The SingleNode, IPAC, and INSCADA were all developed from our research projects.
Every Day Occurance
Research is an everyday occurrence at Extreme Endeavors. Every project we undertake has a research element to it, and learning is continuous!
When we designed our facility, we built on a remote site and organized our office and lab space to provide a flexible platform, adaptable for varying research needs. Whether that research involves a federal evidence-holding facility, the ability to set off combustible devices, or bench-top testing in a controlled environment, we can generally accommodate the research at a much lower cost than those facilities located in high-rise office complexes.
We make the difficult appear easy!
Creativity is one of our greatest assets. Some of the most technically challenging and complex experimentation is achieved because we apply a creative, practical approach. And yes, this approach is significantly lower in cost than larger institutions.
Examples Of Extreme Endeavors' Research Projects
We were approached to measure the micro climate and the impact industry has on a closed environment, so we developed a system and got the job done!
Extreme Endeavors is developing ways to separate black plastics that are non toxic.
Measuring, in a practical manner, the performance of a human on the go, we were highlighted by Texas Instruments' Key Note Conference.
Everyone wants to run their site off of a solar panel. We can enhance this and insure reliability.
Beneath-the-surface location and tracking ability is critical for the safety of underground mining and military ops.