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The launch and recovery of two Unmanned Surface Vehicles off of the Littoral Combat Ship was a great success! Check out this article on the new mine countermeasures mission package.
A team of engineers and technicians from Maritime Applied Physics Corporation (MAPC) recently completed Global Wind Organization (GWO) Basic Safety Training with Sea Survival and Transfer modules at RelyOn Nutec in Teesside, United Kingdom. This GWO training is the accepted industry standard for accessing offshore wind turbines, met masts, transformers, and buoys. It includes tower […]
MAPC is honored to have our white paper on the TALONS tethered parafoil system accepted into ASNE’s Multi-Agency Craft Conference. TALONS Program Manager, Kevin Silbert, will be presenting the TALONS system for extension of Unmanned Surface Vessel command and control on Thursday at 11a.m. at the Boats and Crafts Port Tent! We look forward to […]
August 15, 2017:  DARPA released a new press release and video about TALONS’ recent demonstration on the USS Zephyr.  For more information about MAPC’s work on the TALONS system, please visit our site! From the DARPA Press Release: TALONS Tested on Commissioned U.S. Navy Vessel for First Time Prototype of low-cost, elevated sensor mast improves […]
MAPC has entered and won December, 2016’s “OpenWERX” Boat Bow Challenge design competition event for the SOFWERX organization. their info: http://www.sofwerx.org/openwerx/ MAPC’s Winning Design: [wpdevart_youtube]https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzoTrfVz-bT4hjqRIbxL6IfqwTQ0YVSaO[/wpdevart_youtube]
MAPC is pleased to be featured in Sea Technology Magazine’s November 2015 issue: “GARC, Military Rescue Boat: A versatile rescue craft for shallow and open-ocean missions.” The November issue now appears on Sea Technology’s e-Reader, or you can download a reprint of the article here!
Baltimore, Maryland:  Maritime Applied Physics Corporation (MAPC) just returned the Patuxent Research Refuge’s National Wildlife Visitor Center tram to the United States Department of Fish and Wildlife Service with an updated electrical system, just in time for the busy season! MAPC has kept the Patuxent Wildlife all-electric tram up and running since 2000 and has […]
***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** MAPC’s latest engineering success: The Remote Off-Shore Sensor System Baltimore, Maryland: Maritime Applied Physics Corporation successfully completed a recent demonstration of its latest maritime engineering platform: the Remote Off-Shore Sensor System, or ROSS buoy. The ROSS buoy is an unmanned platform designed to easily integrate multiple sensors in order to provide air, […]
MAPC releases new fast-pace video in advance of SOFIC, 2015 on our YouTube channel. Check it out![wpdevart_youtube]6PlYBbrKhmo[/wpdevart_youtube]
Friday, May 8, 2015:  DARPA released information about two exciting projects under its TERN program (Tactically  Exploited  Reconnaissance Node).  The TALONS program mentioned is  led by MAPC. The full press release from DARPA can be found here: http://www.darpa.mil/NewsEvents/Releases/2015/05/07.aspx The Washington Business Journal share’s DARPA’s enthusiasm for  TALONS,  stating that the TERN program is one of […]
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