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Applied Physical Sciences Corp. is a Research, Development and Engineering consulting firm specializing in Acoustics, Signal Processing, Marine Hydrodynamics and Electromagnetics.  We provide services and innovative products to the National Defense R&D community, and also for the commercial market through direct commercial support and the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program.  Roughly half of our technical staff hold PhDs in Engineering, Physics and Mathematics.

In the service areas of acoustics, hydrodynamics, electromagnetics, signal processing, and manufacturing, we provide solutions to our customers through:

Applied R&D projects for government sponsors such as the Office of Naval Research (ONR), the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

Engineering modeling and simulation in support of Naval ship design and subsystem concept development including quiet propulsion, vehicle silencing, sonar, seakeeping and hydrodynamics

Detection, classification, and tracking algorithm development for sonar, radar, navigation and general purpose surveillance systems

Prototype sensor and system development including: active and passive sonar systems; acoustic test facility infrastructure; monitoring and surveillance systems; and vector-sensor based systems.

APS is headquartered in Groton, CT and has regional offices in Lexington, MA, Arlington, VA, Suffolk, VA, and San Diego, CA. Originally incorporated in 2002, APS has been growing through a measured expansion of our technical staff, maintaining our focus on capability for innovative solutions to our customers' challenges. In September 2006, APS acquired Acoustech Corporation of Philidelphia, PA, establishing APS as an industry leader and innovator in the field of directional underwater transducers. In July 2007, APS acquired C&M Technology Inc of Old Saybrook, CT. For over 20 years, C&M Technology had developed and produced oceanographic data collection systems and special purpose underwater devices for government laboratories, universities, and industry. These acquisitions have boosted APS' capability for producing prototype systems for application of our innovative research and development concepts.

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