ikegps / In-Q-Tel partnership announcement

IKEGPS AND IQT ENTER INTO STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP NEW REMOTE MEASUREMENT AND MODELLING DATA CAPTURE SOLUTIONS

Agreement will promote better remote data capture and measurements

November 20, 2012 – ikeGPS, a maker of remote measurement and 3D modelling hardware and software solutions, has announced a strategic partnership and technology development agreement with In-Q-Tel, the non-profit, strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community. The agreement will further enable the design and development of next generation remote capture and measurement platforms utilizing ikeGPS’ intellectual property.

“We are excited to partner with In-Q-Tel to build next generation of platforms for the U.S. Intelligence Community.” said ikeGPS CEO Glenn Milnes. “This partnership is a significant validation of expectations for our solutions’ ability to provide remote measurement capability from proven products.”

“ikeGPS’ heritage stems from the U.S. military, and we’ve also broken new ground in commercial markets, giving utilities and energy companies a fast and powerful tool for capturing and measuring assets and other difficult things. We are eager to extend this solution set for the intelligence market.” said ikeGPS CEO Glenn Milnes.

“ikeGPS has established itself as a market leader across remote measurement technologies and we are impressed with the unique capabilities they can provide to our customers,” said Robert Ames, Senior Vice President in charge of the Information and Communication Technologies practice at IQT. “Our partnership with ikeGPS will provide our government customers with an opportunity to utilize this innovative product set and build upon its capabilities.”  

About ikeGPS
ikeGPS has grown from an idea of a New Zealand engineer surveying radio sites in Kenya to a company delivering mobile geospatial solutions across the globe – quickly becoming a leader in laser-camera-GPS technology and photogrammetry and 3D modelling software solutions.
The ikeGPS team is committed to produce cutting-edge solutions for customers in a wide range of industries.  Its technology is used by defense forces, intelligence groups, energy companies, city councils, police, federal authorities and utility companies 

http://www.ikeGPS.com

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