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AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS INC.
source: https://us.kompass.com/c/american-defense-systems-inc/us300099/


LEGAL INFORMATION – AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS INC.
Year established 2002
Activity (SIC87) Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified (7389)
No employees (address) 100-249 Employees
No employees 100-249 Employees
Kompass ID? US300099

PRESENTATION – AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS INC.
Barricades

EXECUTIVES – AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS INC.
RALPH WILLIAM, MILITARY COORDINATOR

ACTIVITIES – AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS INC.
Producer Distributor Service provider
OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS (FOR SOME COUNTRIES)
SIC (US 1987) : Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified (7389)

NAICS (US 2012) : All Other Support Services (561990)

SIC (US 1987) 6 digits : BARRICADES (738918)

AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS INC

• HICKSVILLE, NY

source: https://whalewisdom.com/filer/american-defense-systems-inc

American Defense Systems is based out of Hicksville. American Defense Systems, Inc. (ADSI) provides customized transparent and opaque armor solutions for tactical and non-tactical transport vehicles and construction equipment used by the military in the United States. It engages in the research and development, design and engineering, fabrication, and component integration; and provides subject matter experts in engineering, ballistics, government contracts, program management, and logistics.

The company’s products include crew protection kits for armor protection of operator compartments; VistaSteel transparent armor that provides a defensive barrier to protect against firearms, physical attack, and explosive blasts; VistaSteel opaque armor installed on various military vehicles to form up-armor or add-on armor kits; VistaGuard windows, which are forced entry blast resistant windows, window frames, and transparent armor assemblies used to mitigate forced entry, ballistic, and terrorist threats; forced entry blast resistant curtain wall; mobile ballistic shield, a bullet-resistant transparent mobile shield used in hostage negotiation and other hostile situations; and trans-barrier system, a transparent armor shield to provide ballistic and blast protection.

ADSI also offers heated ballistic ship windows; proprietary hardware, including hinges, rotary and slam latch, combat lock, and egress window; T2 ballistic range, a live fire interactive training range system to provide training to war fighters or law enforcement personnel; handheld, lightweight police shields; and lightweight combat helmet with ballistic resistance.

The company serves military, government, law enforcement, detention and security industry, and correctional agencies, as well as private sector. It also operates a retail outlet carrying body armor, tactical nylon products, weapons, ammunition, weapons parts and accessories, and other tactical gear. American Defense Systems, Inc. was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Hicksville, New York.

Whalewisdom has at least 32 Form 4 filings The firm last filed a Form D notice of exempt offering of securities on 2013-10-10. The notice included securities offered of Equity,Option, Warrant or Other Right to Acquire Another Security,Security to be Acquired Upon Exercise of Option, Warrant or Other Right to Acquire Security>

American Defense Systems Inc
SEC SIC CODE:
3790-MISCELLANEOUS TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT

American Defense Systems creates bullet- and blast-resistant panels for inauguration

TRIBUNE
Jan 20th, 2009

source: https://www.securityinfowatch.com/security-executives/protective-operations-guard-services/news/10492361/ny-company-provides-protective-panels-for-inauguration-security

Jan. 20–One of the layers of security protecting Barack Obama today as he’s sworn in as president and makes his first speech as chief executive will be bullet- and blast-resistant glass panels produced by American Defense Systems Inc. of Hicksville and arrayed around the podium.

Ordered by the Secret Service under a contract whose details and cost are classified, the panels are made of multiple layers of glass bonded with a proprietary substance, said Roger Ward, the company’s vice president of marketing and investor relations.

The panels are designed to both deflect the paths of — and absorb — projectiles, including bullets and fragments from explosives. “Obviously it can’t stop everything; it depends on what’s being thrown at it,” Ward said yesterday. “But, without question, I can state that the glass will stop [a round from] any handgun, and it will stop assault rifles. It will stop a lot.”

American Defense glass has protected Obama twice before during speeches, Ward said, while an earlier design of its panels surrounded President George W. Bush during his 2005 inauguration.

Founded in 2002 by its current chief executive, Tony Piscitelli, American Defense also makes traditional opaque armor, and its main business is supplying protective systems for operators of military construction equipment being used in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The company, whose shares are traded on the American Stock Exchange, employs about 90 people in Hicksville. In a statement Dec. 29, it forecast a 26 percent increase in revenues this year over last, to more than $52 million.