ATC Wins Navy Business

Wednesday, April 10, 2002
American Technology Corp. (ATC) will participate with Bath Iron Works (BIW), a General Dynamics Company in a contract awarded by the U.S. Navy's SMART CARRIER program to Bath Iron Works. ATC and BIW will provide Superior Sound Technology installations in difficult audio communications areas. ATC also announced a separate project with Bath Iron Works for Ship's Force protection. Both projects are expected to bring approximately $175,000 in revenue to ATC over the next five months. Under the U.S. Navy contract, ATC will provide several NeoPlanar(TM) speakers and hardware as well as consulting services. The Navy's objective is to improve audio clarity and intelligibility of communications over shipboard address systems and to achieve other advantages inherent in ATC's NeoPlanar technology.
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