Seeker Aircraft to Demo Flights at Offshore Technology Conference

April 17, 2018
Offshore energy professionals invited to fly April 30 – May 3.

(Albuquerque, NM) Seeker Aircraft, Inc. has announced that it will be offering flight demonstrations in the Seeker, a light, fixed-wing observation aircraft equipped with a “special mission” surveillance package, at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas from April 30 – May 3. Seeker and its African-based dealership, Ecoalpha Services Ltd, will have a booth at OTC where more information about the Seeker’s special mission package and demo flights will be available.

Thousands are expected to attend OTC, where professionals in the offshore energy sector from around the globe will meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.

“The Offshore Technology Conference is the premier gathering place for professionals who can utilize Seeker’s surveillance capabilities for offshore energy drilling and exploration,” said Ed Lundeen, President and CEO of Seeker Aircraft. “We are especially excited to be offering demo flights to show attendees the capabilities and benefits of the Seeker.”

The aircraft will be equipped with a special mission package that includes a Wescam MX-10 EO/IR Sensor, Churchill Navigation Augmented Reality System, Persistent Systems Wave Relay Datalink and, MacroBlue high resolution tactical monitor.

Seeker and Ecoalpha Services will be at booth 8054 in the Ghana Pavilion where a live feed from the aircraft as it flies around the Houston area will be available to view.

The Seeker aircraft will be on static display at the Houston-Southwest Airport (KAXH) FBO. With prior arrangements, demo fights can be scheduled without attending OTC by contacting Bill VanZwoll, VP Business Development, at 913-265-8317 or [email protected].

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