Mission Package Rollout
Adaptive Methods develops SHARC tow system
Adaptive Methods Awarded NAVSEA Contract Mod
Adaptive Methods was awarded a $5.9M modification to its principle NAVSEA contract. The mod exercises an option for surface ship undersea warfare co…
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Rockville, MD, May 8, 2012 - The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued to Adaptive Methods US Patent No. 8.174,557, entitled Deployable Sensor Device, Sensor System, and Method of Collecting Environmental Information. The patent covers a wireless multi-sensor device for remote/standoff situation assessment.
Rockville, MD, January 31, 2012 - The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued to Adaptive Methods US Patent No. 8,104,420, entitled Tethered Tow Body, Communications Apparatus and System. The patent covers a communications system including a wing mounted antenna that can be deployed to the surface by a submerged unmanned underwater vehicle.
Thursday, 09 June 2011 16:28
Centreville, VA, January 12, 2011 – Adaptive Methods, developer of advanced sensor systems, announced the release of their fishing net penetrator called NET PEN. The NET PEN provides the means for an Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) to cut through nets and continue on its mission.
Wednesday, 10 November 2010 14:22
CENTREVILLE, VA, November 2, 2010 – Adaptive Methods, developer of advanced sensor systems, has been selected to receive grant funding for its Rapid Portable Biosensor technology research. The matching funds program was authorized under the
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