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.
MAPC is proud to be attending the International Partnering Forum for Offshore Wind April 3-5, 2018! Check out our latest capabilities statement for the Offshore Wind industry! With over 30 years of maritime engineering and manufacturing experience we are well-aligned to serve the offshore wind industry.
Congratulations to ACTUV, DARPA’s first large unmanned surface vessel to transition to ONR! In the press announcement from DARPA, starting at 39 seconds, they show additional video footage of MAPC’s TALONS system demonstration! [wpdevart_youtube]wqb4xzhd40w[/wpdevart_youtube]
Check out this great video on Baltimore’s second new water taxi, Cal’s Streak. We cannot be more excited to have this second boat on the water with many more to come! http://www.abc2news.com/news/region/baltimore-city/on-the-go-at-the-baltimore-water-taxi
Join us in celebrating National Maritime Day at the NS Savannah on Sunday, May 21, 2017 from 10a.m. to 3p.m.!For more information, please visit PortFest.
April 12, 2017: Great article in the Baltimore Sun on Baltimore’s newest water taxis, built right here in Baltimore by Maritime Applied Physics Corporation! Check it out! http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/jobs/bs-md-water-taxi-job-fair-20170411-story.html
MAPC has been chosen to demonstrate its Unmanned GARC and a smaller version of it’s TALONS towed parafoil during the United State’s Marine Corps and U.S. Navy new amphibious technologies exercise this April in California. For more about the exercise, please see this news article. For more about TALONS-S and Unmanned GARC, please visit our website!
MAPC’s GARC spares and parts are now available on GSA Advantage! Please check out our link on the GARC for more information.
Check out the December, 2016 article in WorkBoat Magazine about the Baltimore Water Taxis (pages 26-28)! https://www.workboat.com/magazine/
From DARPA: “Prototype low-cost, elevated sensor mast carrying ISR payload greatly extends radar, sensor, and radio ranges at modest altitude.” You can read DARPA’s full press release on our successful demonstration at: http://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2016-10-24 Everyone on the TALONS team is looking forward to the next demonstration!