Today we’re releasing our 2020 tradeshow video here on our blog.
It’s a quick, visual representation of who we are and what we do: For over 15 years, our research, development and engineering team has provided on-vehicle power solutions for military and industry partners when previous solutions failed or didn’t exist.
Here you’ll see some of the vehicle we work with most often – light tactical vehicles designed to be air-dropped into austere environments and non-standard commercial vehicles like the Toyota Hilux and Land Cruiser that look like regular trucks on the outside but are lined with armor and packed with specialized equipment – including dual alternators, corresponding bracketry and other power generation, distribution and storage components that make them mission capable.
Before COVID-19 changed the world, we planned to debut this video before the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference in Tampa, originally slated for last week, and then show it next month in our booth in the USA Pavilion at Eurosatory, Paris. Here’s the video:
At APS we understand the unique mobility requirements of SOF and have experience developing and providing on-vehicle power solutions that meet the rigors of light tactical off-road, all-terrain vehicles.
One example of this is the 28-volt secondary power system, delivering high power at idle, that we created in partnership with Polaris Defense for its Deployable Advanced Off-Road Ground (DAGOR) for USSOCOM.
Our team is also experienced in providing power solutions that meet user requirements for non-standard commercial vehicles (NSCV), which allow SOF operators a level of anonymity and, due to the ubiquity of spares and service for these vehicle types, the ability to conduct operations without established, local logistical support.
At the end of the day, our on-vehicle power systems give LTV and NSCV end-users the ability to complete operations, gather data, communicate, defend themselves and stay safe.
APS partners with clients who design, build and improve upon these platforms today – with tomorrow in mind. If that’s you, we’re here to serve.
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