October 29, 2014
MicroLink Devices is proud to have developed the solar panel used in the US Naval Research Laboratory's Marine Austere Patrolling System (MAPS) which was recently awarded Popular Mechanics 2014 Breakthrough Award for Innovation. MicroLink Devices' solar panel technology is lightweight and flexible and is able to generate much greater power than conventional thin film solar cell technologies. This enabling technology has opened up new applications and allowed greater capabilities for remote, on the move power generation.
Please click on the following article links to read more about the Breakthrough Award.
2) Press release from the US Navy.
3) Posting at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division website.
October 29, 2014
MicroLink Devices's high efficiency, lightweight, flexible solar sheet technology was recently highlighted in the Nov 2014 issue of Popular Science. In support of the Office of Naval Research's Marine Austere Patrolling System (MAPS), MicroLink developed a wearable, mobile solar power panel to address the energy needs of personnel deployed in remote areas.
Click the link to see the full article at the Popular Science website.
March 5, 2014
MicroLink Devices's Mobile Solar Power systems was recently referenced in an article by InformationWeek. In collaboration with the Naval Research Laboratory and the US Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office, a wearable, mobile solar power panel was designed and produced by MicroLink Devices to address the energy needs of personnel deployed in remote areas.
Click the link to see the full article the InformationWeek website.
(Image from US Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office)
September 7, 2013
MicroLink Devices work in applying its lightweight, flexible, high-efficiency solar panels to UAVs was referenced in today's edition of The Economist.
Click the link to see the full article on The Economist website.