Sign up below: Textron Systems, part of of Textron Inc. Ripsaw developer Howe and Howe Technologies signs sale agreement Will expand in Waterboro, owners say By twells journaltribune. By twells journaltribune.
The company is known for a myriad of unmanned tracked vehicles, innovative Bulldog fire trucks, Thermite firefighting robots, and a unit used in police standoffs, called the Swatbot, which can be operated remotely or used to shield law enforcement personnel during a standoff.
In 2006, the two opened a shop in an Eliot business park, and announced a move to Waterboro in 2009.
Howe and Howe Technologies. Howe and Howe Technologies currently employs 50 people at their facility on Route 202.
Get a little bit of everything you need to know, delivered straight to your inbox. Michael Howe said the company intends to expand in Waterboro. Near me.
Textron Inc. The Howe brothers, who hail from North Berwick, began tinkering at an early age. Not just anyone can build these vehicles.
The brothers developed the first Ripsaw, along with other vehicles, at night. This planned acquisition demonstrates our commitment to our U. Michael went on to Bowdoin College and worked as a financial adviser by day.
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