We offer a broad range of electrical design services. We can rapidly design and deliver a few pieces for your tightly scheduled prototype project or provide you with a complete engineered production product manufactured with aerospace quality controls.
Custom Digital and Analog Circuit Board Design
Electromechanical Vehicle Control Systems and Motion Compensated Platforms
Embedded Processors, Data Acquisition, Mechanical and Electrical Sensors
Wired and Wireless Communications
MAPC designed a Common Unmanned Surface Vessel (left), including the integration of the computers, communications, sensors, displays, & indicators, helm control, engine control, radar and sensors.
Integrated Semi-Custom Power, Digital, and Analog Electronics
Instrumentation and Sensor Systems and Field Testing
Ethernet and Fiber Optic Communications
Autonomous and Unmanned Vehicle Navigation and Control
Modular Embedded Computers
AC and DC Power Conversion and Electric Power Transmission
Land and Sea Vehicle Electric Systems and Hybrid Electric Drives
On the LCS2, MAPC installed Watercraft Launch and Recover Systems (center) which feature our ability to engineer the computerized control of a Twin Boom Extensible Crane and Motion Compensated Hydraulic Crane.
Proof of Concept Designs and Rapid Prototyping
Field Testing and Field Test Support
MAPC can provide data loggers, sensor, power equipment, instruments, cabling and control systems for deep-ocean seafloor applications. Sensors on our Mercury prototype (left) monitored performance at 2km depth where pressures exceed 2200psi and transmitted the collected data to the surface by acoustic modem.
Transitioning, Manufacturing, & Integration
MTBF Failure Rate Prediction, Maintenance Intervals and Procedures
Quality System for Full Design Qualification and Testing to Military, Aerospace, and other Specifications
Manufacturing Quality Control to AS9100 Standards
Over 750 Mil-Spec cables are manufactured at MAPC. Our electromechanical flight deck safety system and shaft turning gear are used by the Navy’s soon-to-be released DDG-1000 Zumwalt Class Destroyer.