After many months, we launched our helikite today at our campus in Front Royal. A patented combination of a helium balloon and a kite, the platform was amazing stable in the air stream. This poor-man’s satellite will be equipped with a powerful digital camera to provide high-resolution imagery of specific areas of interest. We’re aiming to use the technology to remotely identify and count wildlife on the ground. In August, we’ll do some live tests of the platform at our research site in the American Prairie Reserve in Montana. Then, it’s off to various sites globally. Looking forward to the images we download off the camera tomorrow.