Halberd is continuing negotiations with industry partners and various government agencies to broaden the company’s depth in the UAS market especially in the Precision Agriculture Industry. Due to a change in FAA regulations, this allows for UAS platforms to weigh 55lbs which increases the payload capacity for Electronic Optics and Infra Red technology required for agricultural applications and a large untapped market for UAS.
Mr. Lowing also welcomes Nick Chaires as Vice President in charge of Military procurement; Mr. Chaires has experience as an Industry executive with 15 years’ experience with corporate and government sales. Most recently he was Director of Government, Military and Education accounts and has procured multiple contracts from the United States Department of Defense with all four branches of the military as well as other government agencies for bases around the world.
Mr. Chaires adds, “I am honored and excited to join the Halberd team and look forward to working with the exceptional group of people there.”
Halberd Corporation is a provider of Unmanned Aerial Systems UAS services, we have the technology, equipment, the expertise and the manpower to service all UAS needs worldwide. Our services leverage the state-of-the-art technologies with support without the burden of hiring, training and maintaining a new division of a business or department just for UAS operations, we provide all of these contract services.
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