NEWTON, N.H., June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Paul C. Jensen, CEO of Halo Maritime Defense Systems (HMDS), announced today that the company would conduct a dedication ceremony of its Technical Development Center in Newton, New Hampshire on Friday, June 27(th) at 10:00 am. The by-invitation-only event will feature remarks by various government and defense officials and will involve participants from both commercial and military markets, domestic and overseas. "The engineering and development activities we are doing in Newton are cutting-edge," said Jensen, "and it is appropriate that we dedicate the facility to entrepreneur Robert Bishop, father of company founder & CTO, Justin Bishop."
"Halo," added Jay Cohen, RADM USN (ret) and Chairman of Halo, "is a perfect example of how industry, government, and academia can work together to develop new technologies, in this instance innovative waterside barriers that protect people and critical infrastructure."
About HALO: HALO Maritime Defense Systems (HMDS) engineers and manufacturers the HALO(TM) line of maritime security products. The HALO(TM) barrier is the most state-of-the-art, technology-advanced Maritime Security Barrier System in the world and the only barrier independently tested by the US Navy. Specifically designed to protect strategic maritime assets, the HALO(TM) barrier is a new type of security barrier system employing advanced composite materials and designed to provide a system that is both low maintenance and eco-friendly. Combined with the HALO Guardian(TM) gate, HALO can offer a first-ever waterside perimeter security solution featuring fully automated access.
SOURCE Halo Maritime Defense Systems