HiDef Aerial Surveying today announced it has just completed installation of its camera systems in to United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) aircraft. The exclusive agreement will see USFWS undertake digital video aerial surveys using their own fleet of six aircraft. USFWS recently formed a new digital sensor department in collaboration with another Federal Government organisation, United States Geological Survey (USGS).
HiDef continue to deliver on its strategy of securing revenues from licensing, A larger and a larger percentage of income is derived from licensing agreements, across a growing technology portfolio. HiDef expect to complete 3 further agreements over the coming twelve months.
Mark Robinson, HiDef Managing Director said “We sent some of our engineers to Minneapolis to install the camera, then deliver training to the aircrews. Our operations team also delivered process and software training to USFWS staff. I’m delighted with how smoothly the aircraft installations went, the team did fantastically well.
Steve Burns, Technical Director at HiDef Steve Burns added “We have now completed a series of territory agreements, the USFWS deployment was a joy to work on”