XTEK managing director Philippe Odouard will be presenting at both the Sydney and Melbourne investor sessions.
The company recently obtained an order from the Australian Defence Force (ADF) valued at $2.1 million for x-ray equipment and training.
The equipment consists of advanced, portable, lightweight x-ray image capture units used to receive near real-time imaging in a variety of applications.
This follows on from an international order earlier this month for XTEK’s proprietary XTatlas software technology.
XTatlas’ ability to provide digital real time intelligence from UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) video, including mapping, 3D modelling and image comparisons to accurately pinpoint geo-referenced features, were instrumental in securing the order.
This international order follows the domestic sales of XTatlas to the ADF last year and expands XTEK’s global market share.
Meanwhile, construction of XTEK’s XTclave facility is progressing well to produce lighter and stronger ballistic plates and helmets.
The company is on track for commercial scale production capacity for XTclave products in 2019.
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