API Technologies

RF & Microwave Solutions

The company offers customer and off-the-shelf RF and microwave solutions, products and components designed to meet the performance demands of both government and commercial customers. Additionally, the company offers the largest selection of RF and microwave filters for high reliability applications worldwide and a broad selection of custom Integrated Microwave Assemblies (IMAs). 

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Robotics Rodeo

October 12, 2010 (All day) - October 15, 2010 (All day)
City:
Fort Benning
,
Province:
Georgia
Country:
United States

The Robotics Rodeo will showcase innovative unmanned ground systems to the U.S. Army user and research and development communities.  This conference allows engineers to meet with military personnel in order to create improvements on robotic systems, manned / unmanned teaming, unmanned air system (UAS) and unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) collaboration, and general robotics.

Region I Training Conference 2010

October 4, 2010 (All day) - October 8, 2010 (All day)
City:
Glendale
,
Province:
Arizona
Country:
United States

API Technologies will be represented at The International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators annual Region I Training Conference.  The conference will train professionals in robotic systems and will focus on countering the criminal use of explosives.

Military Robotics Conference

November 3, 2010 (All day) - November 4, 2010 (All day)
City:
San Diego
,
Province:
California
Country:
United States

The Military Robotics Conference, hosted by

Alean Fall Conference

September 28, 2010 (All day) - September 30, 2010 (All day)
City:
Las Vegas
,
Province:
Nevada
Country:
United States

The Alean Fall Conference will highlight and showcase airport law enforcement and security equipment.

API Technologies Solutions to be Featured at AUVSI Unmanned Systems North America

Join API Technologies Corp. in Booth #1433 at AUVSI Unmanned Systems North America 2010 from August 24-27 in the Colorado Conference Center. API team members will be on hand to demonstrate API’s wide range of UAV and UGV products, including: vehicles, robots, payloads, aiming systems, RF products, components and subsystems.

If you plan to attend the event, make sure to let us know.

Featured products will include:

API Technologies Announces First North American Order for its Explosive Disposal Robot

RONKONKOMA, NY – (PRNewswire) - July 21, 2010 – API Technologies Corp. (OTC.BB: ATNY), a provider of highly engineered products and services to the global defense sector, announces that it has completed the sale of the teleMAX™ Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Robot to the City of Atlanta, Georgia. The total sale, API’s first in North America, is valued at approximately $300,000. The EOD robot is for use at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest passenger airport, which serves approximately 88 million passengers per year.

Hawk i Video Aiming Device

Gold Award Winner: 2011 Edison Awards

The Hawk i video aiming device utilizes a camera and a rangefinder to automatically place crosshairs on your monitor. While approaching a target, the crosshairs shift based on your range to the target to show operators the true point of impact for their shot. No calibration is required and no adjustments are needed by the operator to account for the range to the target. The system also displays range to target in the upper left corner of the video image.  With the Hawk i video aiming device, promotes a more accurate shot.

The Hawk i video aiming device can also be utilized in conjunction with the Cobra Sight Laser Aiming Device.

Features: 
  • Requires access to 1 analog video channel on a robotic platform
  • Minimum Standoff distance: 7 inches
  • Sealed enclosure for shock and vibration
  • Overlay is transmitted to operator through the robots radio system
  • No external monitor or hardware required at the robots base station

 

Benefits: 
  • The automatic crosshairs created by the Hawk i video aiming system enables faster action, as less guesswork is involved in creating a target shot.
  • The aiming system also decreases the chances of human error causing misfiring
  • Increased effectiveness is also guaranteed, as less time will need to be spent on aiming
  • When used in union with the Cobra Sight laser aiming system, the effectiveness and accuracy of aiming at targets increases.

Cobra Sight Laser Aiming Device

The Cobra Sight Laser aiming device is an inventive new tactical device which utilizes true boresight technology.  With this aiming device the end of the barrel remains uncovered, making makes zeroing in much faster. Two line lasers are utilized to project a true crosshair on your target for ranges greater than 12 inches without adjustment. With the Cobra Sight Laser, a more precise shot is guaranteed.

The Cobra Sight laser aiming device can also be utilized in conjunction with the Hawk i video aiming device.

Features: 
  • Compatible with all PAN™ Disruptors
  • No removal required before a shot is taken
  • Sealed enclosure for shock and vibration
  • Minimum Standoff Distance: 12 inches
  • Two line lasers to produce a true crosshair
  • True boresight technology
Benefits: 
  • The Cobra Sight Laser aiming system enables people to act quicker, as the aiming device makes zeroing in faster
  • With a more accurate aim, less misfires and mistakes will occur because of shot placement issues
  • The aiming system can enhance other products (i.e. the Hawk i Video Aiming device), serving as a cost-effective addition

New Video: PersiStar™ Takes Flight

Check out the latest video featuring PersiStar™ Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) from API Technologies.  The PersiStar is a low cost, medium altitude, long endurance Unmanned Air System (UAS) capable of reconnaissance, surveillance, and/or precision re-supply. Equipped with state-of-the-art avionics, the PersiStar is operational in both LOS and OTH environments and can utilize GPS waypoint guidance and/or Iridium satellite control. Additional features include:  auto take-off/landing capability, flexible sensor integration, large re-configurable payload bay and wing store capability.
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