Helinet announced Monday the launch of its Helinet Technologies division in a move to address the growing worldwide demand from security and defense authorities for aerial surveillance solutions.
Helinet, which in April supported aerial surveillance requirements during the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago, says its Helinet Technologies division will offer services including full aerial surveillance capabilities and equipment sales among other offerings.
"Our goal with Helinet Technologies is to help agencies build the best possible system for their needs backed by 24/7 service from experts who know the technology inside and out," J.T. Alpaugh, Helinet Technologies technical operations vice president, said in a statement.
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