Plymouth Rock Technologies announces follow-up order from oil and gas pipeline
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Plymouth Rock Technologies Inc.,a provider of detection apparatus and unmanned technologies, has announced that Aardvark LLP has issued a purchase order for a PRT XV-L Fixed-wing Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) to perform long-range security and environmental operations in remote locations.
“This latest order for our new XV-L system takes our revenue to Aardvark close to a quarter of a million USD for 2021 and further cements them as a significant client,” stated Carl Cagliarini, Chief Strategy Officer at PRT. “Our XV-L UAS delivers up to 55lb payload capacity and up to seven hours flight time with both satcom and military-grade radio communications. These capabilities make the XV-L a versatile platform, able to address other major applications, such as the ability to transport significant payloads over land, ships, oil rigs, offshore platforms and other remote locations,” concluded Cagliarini.
“After the clear capability and advantages of the X1-H UAS delivered into our operation earlier this year, we have now ordered a new platform that can deliver greater distance and enhanced capabilities in adverse weather conditions,” stated Paul Reynolds of Aardvark LLP. “This initial XV-L delivery to us in Kazakhstan will enable long range autonomous missions of thousands of square kilometres, day or night, enforcing our leading position in UAV operations in Kazakhstan,” concluded Reynolds.
The company also announced that it has begun a digital and marketing awareness campaign with Capital Analytica of Vancouver BC, Media Relations Inc of Burnsville MN and Think Inc Marketing of Huntington Beach CA. The campaign includes press initiatives, advertising, publicity services and social media. These marketing and awareness programs include engagements with arm’s length parties for an aggregate gross expenditure of CDN$120,000 over a six-month period and US$100,000 over a three-month period. No stock based compensation has been provided.