“Maryland Now Has the Wind in its Sails”

An blog post by Val Stori published September 3, 2015 in Renewable Energy World states: “Maryland’s proactive efforts in building European partnerships, establishing a domestic supply chain, and passing enabling legislation seem to be paying off. With the recent federal sale of a wind lease area to US Wind Inc., to develop a major project in the Wind Energy Area off the Maryland coast, Maryland now has the wind in its sails to develop one of the first U.S. commercial-sized offshore wind projects.” Read the blog post here: http://blog.renewableenergyworld.com/ugc/blogs/2015/08/maryland_seizes_the.html?cmpid=renewablewind0932015

MAPC’s Latest Engineering Success

***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, surface, and subsea maritime domain awareness in real-time by leveraging onboard line-of-sight and over the horizon communications links. The ROSS buoy, unlike traditional buoy designs, has a patent-pending passively stabilized gimbaled mast that can extend…