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We've joined DATC & NAMC

We've joined DATC & NAMC

American Power Systems, Inc. has joined two consortia committed to automotive innovation in service of the US government.APS joined DATC (Defense Automotive Technologies Consortium) and NAMC (National Advanced Mobility Consortium) in Septem…
New video: Power solutions for vehicles & fleets

New video: Power solutions for vehicles & fleets

Our power systems enable operators in diverse industries to get the job done – no matter where work takes them. Here’s a handful of examples of businesses and vehicles we currently serve: Ambulances Delivery vans Emergency vehicles Location…
Expo Update: Where & How to Connect with APS This Fall

Expo Update: Where & How to Connect with APS This Fall

Have questions about on-vehicle power?Working on a new upfit or build – and need to map out power requirements?We’ve got you covered.At APS we’re beefing up our fall calendar with virtual events, some of which will provide a platform where you can h…
Get to know APS: Zach Ulfers

Get to know APS: Zach Ulfers

A couple of weeks ago, we welcomed our summer 2020 engineering intern, Zach Ulfers, to APS. Today we're introducing him to you here on the blog.Zach comes to us from St. Ambrose University (Davenport), where he majors in mechanical engineering.Here's…