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Defense company honored: API Technologies Corp. receives award for early completion of contract

The award recognizes API’s achievement in delivering MK73 solid-state transmitters for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s Seasparrow guided missiles

API Swings to Q4 Profit on Record Sales

API Technologies Corp. today reported record fiscal fourth-quarter revenue of $30.1 million, up 378% from 2009 on higher sales and acquisitions.

Kyocera Mita America Advances its Commitment to Protect Confidential Business Documents and Information with Comprehensive Security Solutions

Kyocera offers complete device locking security capabilities through API Cryptek’s Netgard™ MFD card reader appliance for select Kyocera MFPs.

Airport police use growing fleet of robots to ferret out bombs

Airline passengers aren't the only ones looking for a better way to navigate their way through the aisles of an airplane.

Atlanta Harstfield-Jackson acquires EOD robot

API Technologies on 21 July announced the sale of one teleMAX explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) robot for use at Atlanta Harstfield-Jackson International Airport.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Gets New Explosive Disposal Tool

The next time you pass through the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport you can breathe a little easier.  The airport, one of the world’s busiest, serving an estimated 88 million people each year, recently completed a deal with API Technologies Corp. to purchase a teleMAX Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robot. 

API Technologies announces first North American order for its explosive disposal robot

API Technologies Corp., 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. 

API Technologies nabs contract for Atlanta airport

API Technologies Corp., with manufacturing and engineering facility outside of Johnstown, has closed on its first North American sale of the company’s bomb disposal robot for the nation’s busiest airport as part of a deal with the city of Atlanta.

Windber-made robots heading to Atlanta API Techologies Corp. lands contract

The latest robotic bomb disposal technology being manufactured here will soon be on duty in the world’s busiest airport.

Air-tight data bus transceivers get rugged

API Technologies Corp. unveils the smallest, hermetically sealed, ceramic Dual 1553 data bus transceiver. The NHi-1565 SOIC, which is also available in MacAir, is the newest addition to the National Hybrid (NHi) product line.