WhisprWave Deployed at

Tuesday, August 26, 2003
Wave Dispersion Technologies (WDT) announced today it has signed a contract for a 1500-foot floating breakwater for the Cyprermort Point State Park Beach Erosion Control Project in Cyprermort Point, LA. The modular breakwater will be connected to previously installed anchors. The WhisprWave , designed in a modular format to increase the product's flexibility and strength for maritime applications has a design and application allow it to withstand waves and sustained winds of up to 80 knots. The contract is between WDT and Coastal Construction and Engineering, with WDT providing the floating breakwater and expertise and Coastal providing the actual installation. WhisprWave® breakwater technology has wide ranging maritime applications from erosion control to homeland security. The Company has been developing the technology for several years and holds 7 Domestic and International Patents for the WhisprWave®’s unique design and utility, with an additional 20 patents pending.
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