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50 Leading Robotics Companies to Display, Demo at U.S. Army “Robotics Rodeo” at Fort Benning

For the second consecutive year, the U.S. Army has invited prominent robotics technologists from across the country to display their most forward-looking technologies and demonstrate how those unmanned systems can support current and future military, disaster relief and humanitarian support efforts.

API Technologies wins $22 million U.S. Army contract to provide night-vision electronic systems test set

API Technologies Corp. won a long-term contract from the U.S. Army to develop and supply the Night Vision Electronic Systems Test Set.

API Technologies Awarded $22 Million Contract from the U.S. Army

API Technologies Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: ATNY), a provider of highly engineered products and services to the global defense sector, has been awarded a long term contract from the U.S. Army to develop and supply the Night Vision Electronic Systems Test Set.

API Technologies awarded $22 million contract from the US Army

API Technologies Corp., a provider of highly engineered products and services to the global defense sector, has been awarded a long term contract from the US Army to develop and supply the Night Vision Electronic Systems Test Set.

Solution CAC-Enables Multi-Function Devices

The Netgard MFD from API Technologies is a low-cost, easy to install solution to CAC-enable multi-function devices (MFDs) such as printer/copier/scanners.

API Technologies to Showcase at Europe's 2010 NATO Information Assurance Symposium

API Technologies Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: ATNY), a provider of highly engineered products and services to the global defense sector, will be exhibiting at the 2010 NATO Information Assurance Symposium to be held September 27th through October 1st at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) in Casteau (Mons), Belgium.

Airport police adding to robot squad

The Atlanta Police Department precinct at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will welcome an addition to its bomb-disposal robot family by the end of the year, according to Police Sgt. Robert Bailey.

Workers At Local Defense Contractor Recognized

Nearly 30 employees at API Technologies in Windber were recognized for their hard work on missile transmitter.

Employees at API Technologies recognized

On Monday morning 30 employees of API Technologies, Windber, were recognized Monday for their outstanding work by Raytheon for having successfully completed a project two months before the estimated completion date.