We pride ourselves on ensuring that our products and services conform to the highest quality standards. SwRI has achieved multiple quality accreditations and certifications to help our clients test, evaluate, and develop their products.
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|Scope of Registration
|Aerospace Engineering Department
|Space science and engineering includes the development of scientific payloads aboard scientific satellites, sounding rockets and spacecraft. Activities within this scope include formulation of concepts, design and management of complex hardware and data systems, development of advanced space borne instrumentation, and study of scientific aspects of space physics and planetary science. This quality program is applicable in its entirety to all Division projects with contractual deliverables.
|Specializing in research, design, development, integration, test, and evaluation in order to solve demanding systems engineering problems and overcome difficult technical challenges for the aerospace industry and government. This applies to all projects including research, design, development, and manufacture of signal acquisition, exploitation, and geolocation systems; surveillance and tracking systems; shipboard, airborne, and land-based SIGINT systems and subsystems; aircraft avionics, automatic test equipment, diagnostic systems, flight control systems, jet engines, test stands/cells, unmanned vehicles, training systems, modeling, and simulation; and include systems development, hardware and software engineering, and post-delivery product servicing including installation, maintenance, calibration, evaluation/repair, upgrade, and training
|API Spec 6AV1
APO Spec 14A
|CMMI DEV V2
|Space Data Systems Section
|Critical Systems Department
|Provide engineering services in the definition, development, and maintenance of complex systems and equipment for government and industry.
|Provision of contract research and development services for government and commercial customers in environmental and analytical chemistry; fire testing; engineering; and certification; microcapsulation and polymers, and environmental and chemical engineering.
|Engineering and research of the nonlinear response and behavior of material and structures that are subjected to large deformations often at high strain rates for government and industry
|Design, develop, fabricate, test, and evaluate aircraft, marine, and land-based structural and mechanical systems for industry and government
|Engineering consulting, design, development and testing of engine and vehicle hardware, software and technologies. Research, development and testing of exhaust emissions, fuels, automotive fluids and lubricants.
|The provision of engineering services for the design, development, testing and servicing of devices for the healthcare industry
|Office of Automotive Engineering (OAE), Facilities and Services (FS), Fluids Engineering Department (FED), and Environmental, Safety, & Quality Systems (ESQ) cost centers, their operations/activities/services, buildings, and facilities
|Fire testing and analytical and environmental chemistry
|Environmental Testing in compliance with ISO/IEC 17025:2017, the 2009 TNI Environmental Testing Laboratory Standard, and the requirements of the Department of Energy Consolidated Audit Program (DOECAP) as detailed in version 5.3 of the DoD/DOE Quality System Manual for Environmental Laboratories (QSM).
|Environmental and chemical engineering
|South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
|Regulation 61-81, entitled “State Environmental Laboratory Certification Regulations”
|Utah State Department of Health
|Scope of accreditation is limited to the state of Utah accredited fields that accompany this Certificate.
|Washington State Department of Ecology
|Scope of accreditation is in accordance with the Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program for the Washinton State Department of Ecology approved analyte list in support of EPA Standars for Water, Waste Water, for approved SM EPA, ASTM, USGS, and AOAC Methods.