its inception in 1984, C&M Technology has concentrated on
the design and manufacture of control and monitoring instrumentation,
and in the fabrication of complete systems to support acoustic
and oceanographic data acquisition. C&M became thoroughly
experienced in the development and testing of deep ocean systems
employing instrumentation pressure vessels (IPV's), buoyancy
materials, hydrophone arrays, data telemetry and control, and
unique data processing and recording systems. This background
promoted C&M's move into the design and manufacture of process
control and instrumentation systems for test facilities. Projects
included the design and fabrication of hydraulic systems, winches
and mechanical handling systems, hydrostatic test chambers,
heating and cooling systems, instrumentation for measurement,
and control systems for test profiles and positioning.
recently has expanded into turnkey project management and technical
services. These areas encompass design, fabrication, testing
and installation of equipment and systems for control and measurement
of industrial processes, production equipment, factory automation
and resource monitoring along with systems analysis, design
studies and calibration services.
personnel consists of electronic and mechanical engineers with
a support staff of designers, electronic and mechanical
technicians, assemblers, and administrative personnel. This
highly competent staff possesses extensive capabilities in the
areas of electromechanical system design, fabrication, software/firmware
development, and test support.
has the experience to successfully deliver complete control,
measurement, positioning and automation systems.
has been integrated into Applied Physical Sciences Corporation's facilities
in Groton Connecticut. The main office contains engineering and electronics
lab space and separate building contain shop and assembly space.
implements a government-approved inventory control system for
all materials and has an inspection system in accordance with