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Adaptive Methods Announces Launch of Net Penetration Equipment — Press Release

Adaptive Methods Announces Launch of Net Penetration Equipment

Centreville, VA, January 12, 2011 – Adaptive Methods, developer of advanced sensor systems, announced the release of their fishing net penetrator called NET PEN. The NET PEN provides the means for an Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) to cut through nets and continue on its mission.

Adaptive Methods’ internal-mounted NET PEN is adaptable to a wide range of vehicle sizes. It is intended to mount within a UUVs nosecone without affecting existing equipment (e.g., forward-looking sonar arrays), and integrates with existing UUV power and propulsion systems to detect, deploy, penetrate, and retract, upon contact with a net. External hull-mounted NET PEN is also available, which will ensure unencumbered net penetration, for UUVs with larger protruding surfaces such as masts, snorkels, etc.

Adaptive Methods can design, prototype, integrate, test, and manufacture NET PEN to address virtually any production-UUV net-mitigation deficiency, or to meet any new or developing program requirement.

Adaptive Methods, Inc. (www.adaptivemethods.com) is a developer of advanced sensor systems and sensor processing and computing architecture products for surveillance, security and military combat systems based in Centreville, VA.

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Adaptive Methods Receives Grant for Rapid Portable Biosensor Research — Press Release

Adaptive Methods Receives Grant for Rapid Portable Biosensor Research

CENTREVILLE, VA, November 2, 2010 – Adaptive Methods, developer of advanced sensor systems, has been selected to receive grant funding for its Rapid Portable Biosensor technology research. The matching funds program was authorized under the Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Program (QTDP) created by the Affordable Care Act.

The sensor technology, co-invented by Adaptive Methods’ partners at the University of New Mexico’s Health Sciences Center (UNMHSC) and Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), allows for the detection of bio-agents such as bacteria, viruses and toxins, at extremely low levels, in near-real time, and without the need for time-consuming sample preparation or costly equipment. Adaptive Methods, with rights for exclusive worldwide manufacture and sale of products incorporating the technology, is further developing the technology into a portable device aimed at the point-of-care and bio-defense markets.

“The funds will be used directly towards our ongoing research in the development of this exciting portable biosensor technology and will help us accelerate the delivery of rapid diagnostics to doctors in the office or in the field,” Adaptive Methods Director of Research and Development Barclay Roman stated. “This technology can also be used for bio-defense and will significantly reduce the cost of testing and in some cases allow testing and diagnosis to be performed in distressed areas.”

The QTDP grant program provides support for innovative projects by small companies that have been reviewed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and deemed to have “potential to produce new therapies, reduce long-term health care costs, or significantly advance the goal of curing cancer within the next 30 years.”

The Health Sciences Center at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (UNMHSC) is the largest academic health complex in New Mexico. UNMHSC combines its four mission areas—education, research, patient care and community outreach—to provide New Mexicans with the highest level of health care.

Sandia is a multi-program laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin company, for the U. S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration. With main facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Livermore, California, Sandia has major R & D responsibilities in national security, energy and environmental technologies, and economic competitiveness.

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Adaptive Methods and STC.UNM Execute Agreement for Biosensor Technology — Press Release

Adaptive Methods and STC.UNM Execute Agreement for Biosensor Technology

Centreville, VA., June 30, 2009 – Adaptive Methods, Inc., developer of advanced sensor systems, the University of New Mexico’s Health Sciences Center (UNMHSC), Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) and STC.UNM, UNM’s technology-transfer arm took an important step toward forming a long-term partnership today by executing an option agreement under which Adaptive Methods may obtain an exclusive worldwide license to manufacture and sell products incorporating biosensor technology co-invented by researchers at the University of New Mexico and Sandia National Labs, The technology allows for the detection of bio-agents such as bacteria, viruses and toxins, at low levels, in near-real time, and without the need for time-consuming sample preparation. . The parties intend to commercialize the technology for use in the healthcare, homeland defense, and military sectors. This effort represents the second advanced technology that Adaptive Methods has undertaken to transition from academia and public sector labs to the commercial market.

Adaptive Methods, Inc. (www.adaptivemethods.com) is a developer of advanced sensor systems and sensor processing and computing architecture products for surveillance, security and military combat systems based in Centreville, VA, with satellite offices in four states, including a 50,000 ft² manufacturing facility in Chattanooga, TN.

The Health Sciences Center at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (UNMHSC) is the largest academic health complex in New Mexico. UNMHSC combines its four mission areas—education, research, patient care and community outreach—to provide New Mexicans with the highest level of health care.

STC.UNM (www.stc.unm.edu) is a nonprofit corporation formed and owned entirely by the University of New Mexico Regents (UNM). The mission of STC is to support UNM and its partners as the source of innovation management and commercial development.

Sandia is a multi-program laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin company, for the U. S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration. With main facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Livermore, California, Sandia has major R & D responsibilities in national security, energy and environmental technologies, and economic competitiveness.

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ADAPTIVE METHODS AWARDED CONTRACT WITH IWS5B — Press Release

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ADAPTIVE METHODS AWARDED CONTRACT WITH IWS5B

Centreville, VA., June 1, 2009 – Adaptive Methods was awarded a three-year contract and was funded an initial $4.5 million. Adaptive Methods will provide services to the Surface Ship Undersea Warfare (USW) Combat Systems Program Office (IWS5B).

The Company’s goals for the contract are to foster innovative technical solutions to the myriad of USW challenges, to enable the insertion of promising technologies into both new and existing Surface Ship Undersea Warfare combat systems, and to mitigate COTS hardware end-of-life issues by using portable software implementation of improved processing algorithms. The range of work will include system engineering, architecture design, software engineering, algorithm and prototype development, and installation, integration, and test activities.

Work will be performed by personnel from all Adaptive Methods offices including the new Rhode Island office.

Adaptive Methods, headquartered in Virginia with offices in Maryland, Florida, Tennessee, and Rhode Island, is a developer of advanced sensor processing and computing architecture products for surveillance, security, and military combat systems.

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