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Hood Tech Likely to Continue Growth
Hood Tech Corp. Vision, Inc. (Hood Tech), headquartered in the small town of Hood River, Oregon, is likely to continue to grow, thanks to projections of growth in the uav market.
By: K Maddox
From: Hood Tech Corp Vision, Inc., Hood River, Oregon
Date: August 11, 2011
Subject: Hood Tech Likely to Continue Growth
Contact: Dr. Lars Bergstrom, Hood Tech Corp, Vision Inc. (AltiCam Vision), 541-490-9909, email@example.com
Hood Tech Corp. Vision, Inc. (Hood Tech), headquartered in the small town of Hood River, Oregon, is likely to continue to grow, thanks to projections of the overall growth of the market for unmanned aircraft (UAVs) and the sensors they carry. Hood Tech provides stabilized camera systems to small UAVs, notably the ScanEagle and Integrator platforms (http://www.alticamvision.com/)
Hood Tech products are featured prominently in the article, which begins with a photograph of the launch and retrieval systems developed and manufactured by Hood Tech Corp. Mechanical, Inc., a sister company of Hood Tech Corp. Vision, Inc. The Earth Imaging article opens with this statement, “Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) make up the aerospace industry’s most dynamic growth sector. UAV spending is on pace to double during the next decade from current worldwide expenditures of $5.9 billion annually to $11.3 billion, totaling just more than $94 billion, as detailed in a recent Teal Group market study: World Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems—2011.”
Well-positioned by past success in developing and manufacturing stabilized camera systems that contain optical and infrared imaging, Hood Tech Corp. Vision, Inc. is expected to be a major contributor (particularly in the small tactical unmanned aircraft systems—STUAS—
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Hood Technology Corp. Vision, Inc. (Hood Tech) designs and manufactures imaging and video processing systems for manned and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), boats, land vehicles, and stationary mounts.