HECS Aquatic has teamed up with Aardvark Tactical to supply the HECS range of products. Aardvark is one of the larger suppliers to the US Military and defence divisions and has been supplying the HECS Stealthscreen wetsuits to 3 divisions within the defence force.
HECS Aquatic and Ocean Dry announce the launch of the world's first dry suit incorporating HECS patented stealth technology. HECS, based on the Faraday cage, uses a carbon grid to reduce electric signals given off by humans, allowing people to get closer to animals. "I've tested the technology for a couple of years in wetsuits and it does work really well," say Dave Abbott of Liquid Action Films, who is currently filming a marine documentary in Canada. "It's not just getting closer to certain species, it is being closer to them and they are less disturbed. The holy grail if you are a wildlife cameraman is natural behaviour. For certain species that are hard to get close to, I am finding...
HECS Aquatic has created a custom HECS wetsuit with a unique crocodile skin pattern for biologist Forrest Galante. The suit, designed to mimic the look of a crocodile as well as including HECS patented stealth technology was used by Forrest during filming for a series promoting animal conservation. You can read the full story here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3688225/Underwater-INVISIBILITY-cloak-Wetsuit-prevents-sharks-fish-detecting-tiny-electrical-signals-divers-muscles.html Or watch the video from TVNZ's Seven Sharp programme: https://tvnz.co.nz/seven-sharp/kiwi-designed-wetsuit-can-keep-divers-safe-crocodiles-video-6499332
HECS wetsuits and marine biologist Riley Elliott feature in an article highlighting the way HECS patented stealth technology reduces the human electric signal and helps divers get closer to marine life. You can read the full story here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3688225/Underwater-INVISIBILITY-cloak-Wetsuit-prevents-sharks-fish-detecting-tiny-electrical-signals-divers-muscles.html
HECS Aquatic, a leader in concealment technology for the dive industry is today announced Most Innovative Product of the Year 2016 at DEEPEX. DEEPEX is a world-renowned spearfishing & freediving event in Athens Greece with interactive participation of visitors and exhibitors. Held in March, 25-27 2016, DEEPEX draws dive enthusiasts from USA, Europe and Australia. Warren Bird, HECS development director, says; “HECS reduces the human electric signal which many marine creatures can detect. We designed the HECS Aquatic dive skin and wetsuit range especially for people who want to get close and reduce their impact around marinelife. We are honored to be recognised for the development here at DEEPEX.”