Global UAV Technologies consolidating leading holdings in UAV service sector


by Kathrine Moore

Over the last six months, Global UAV Technologies Ltd. [UAV-CSE; YRLLF-OTC; YAB2-FSE] has been significantly growing their Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) business. The company is headquartered in Vancouver, BC, with regional offices in Saskatchewan and Ontario. Global UAV Technologies’ stated strategy is to “dominate the UAV sector by consolidating a diverse group of companies to create a leading service provider.” The company has managed to do just exactly that; Global UAV Technologies is a company positioned to lead the growing UAV service sector in terms of expertise, development and services. In December 2016, Global UAV Technologies, through its wholly owned subsidiary Pioneer Aerial Surveys, acquired the world’s first commercially available, UAV-based magnetometer survey system called UAV-MAG ™.

The company states that the proprietary survey uses ultra-sensitive magnetic equipment to aid in the discovery of diamonds, gold, silver and other types of deposits. It has also been used on lithium properties. Pioneer Aerial came out of the gate at a full sprint – as they flew in excess of 900 line-km in their first full month of operation. They have since gone on to do surveys for a number of junior and mid-tier exploration companies as well as majors. In March 2017, Pioneer Aerial signed an agreement with Abitibi Geophysics, an international geophysics company, to establish a strategic partnership whereby Abitibi and Pioneer Aerial will operate on a revenue sharing basis for surveys organized by Abitibi. Those surveys will be branded as AeroVision™ and will use Pioneer Aerial’s UAV-MAG™ system.

Also in December of 2016, Global UAV Technologies announced the strategic acquisition of High Eye Aerial Imaging Ltd., a leading UAV surveying company that is using its fleet of multi rotor and fixed-wing UAVs to provide their clients such products as two dimensional and three dimensional ortho-mosaic images, mapping of remote sites, aerial surveys, volumetric calculations, digital elevation modeling, aerial inspections of areas that are difficult to access, as well as environmental assessment and monitoring images. High Eye recently completed their largest project to date for the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. The total area covered was ~1,100 hectares.


High Eye provided aerial mapping topographical data for 36 km of shoreline in Georgian Bay, Ontario in order to determine the flood hazard limit elevation. In order to ensure that their subsidiaries are in good hands, Global UAV Technologies has retained highly specialized staff in both of the above mentioned companies. Global UAV Technologies recently reported that its first full quarter that incorporated the two subsidiaries generated $181,203 of revenue – an impressive start.

In May of this year, Global UAV Technologies further expanded their expertise and services by signing letters of intent with two more companies: Easy SFOC and NOVAerial Robotics. Easy SFOC is a regulatory consulting service that assists clients with the preparation of Special Flight Operation Certificates (SFOCs) for UAV operations in Canada. The company describes Easy SFOC as a web-based service that uses a proprietary, interface to collect information on a client’s site locations, operations, and crew information quickly and effi- ciently. “The client is then provided with full support and guidance along with a customized SFOC application ready to submit to Transport Canada.” NOVAerial manufactures and designs helicopter UAVs. Jason Springett, President of Global UAV Technologies said about NOVAerial, “We are very excited for the addition of NOVAerial to Global UAV Technologies.

NOVAerial is a dynamic company at the forefront of manufacturing, engineering and performance of the rapidly evolving, enterprise grade helicopter UAV sector…We will now have industry leading holdings in UAV service providers, manufacturing and engineering, and regulations, all of which are experiencing increased growth.” The company states that the purchase of NOVAerial includes “all the manufacturing equipment, designs and specifications, current inventory, existing orders and prototypes of new UAV designs that NOVAerial is currently developing.” Global UAV Technologies says that NOVAerial’s Procyon 800E, “is quickly becoming renowned for its performance, practical design, high-quality, made inhouse components and reliable flight control system.” The Procyon 800E’s compact design and construction make it reliable, easy to maintain and less expensive than similar UAVs. It is ideally suited, the company says, “for complicated and highperformance UAV applications, offering vertical take-off capability, while combining high speeds and long flight times not possible with multirotor UAVs.” NOVAerial Robotics Inc. is run by Robert Lefebvre, a mechanical engineer who is very well respected in the field of robotic aviation and a mentor for Google’s Summer of Code program.


Mr. Jason Springett reports


Global UAV Technologies Ltd. has signed the definitive agreement for the purchase of a 100-per-cent interest in NOVAerial Robotics Ltd. (see news release dated May 25, 2017).

The company is purchasing the 100-per-cent undivided interest in NOVAerial Robotics for $300,000 in cash (with $10,000 having been paid on signing of the letter of intent) and the issuance of 4,584,527 common shares of Global UAV Technologies. The payment will be made from funds that the company currently has. The shares will be released per a three-year escrow period with the initial 10 per cent to be issued with a standard four-month hold period.

“I am very pleased to welcome Robert Lefebvre of NOVAerial to the Global UAV Technologies group. This acquisition represents a strategic step for Global UAV Technologies as we enter the business of design, engineering and production of professional grade UAVs. NOVAerial’s Procyon 800E is at the leading edge of both performance and cost compared to those of the closest market competitor,” stated Jason Springett, president of Global UAV Technologies.

“I am excited to join Global UAV Technologies, they have built an enviable group of high-quality individuals and companies with the goal of providing technical and high performance UAV services. This is exactly the market that NOVAerial builds products for. The synergy of having a manufacturer working directly with flight operators will result in better products and should open up new system and service offerings,” stated Robert Lefebvre, managing director of NOVAerial Robotics.

Closing is anticipated to take approximately two weeks, during which time all the appropriate filings will be made with the Canadian Securities Exchange, common shares of Global UAV Technologies will be issued per the escrow agreement, funds will be paid to the underlying shareholder of NOVAerial and the shares in NOVAerial will be formally transferred to Global UAV Technologies.

About Global UAV Technologies Ltd.

With its growing technical expertise and expanding reach globally, Global UAV Technologies is the leader within the commercial unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) sector. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries — Pioneer Aerial Surveys, High Eye Aerial Imaging, UAV Regulatory Services and NOVAerial Robotics — Global UAV Technologies provides a full spectrum of UAV-based services and products.



Global UAV Technologies Ltd. (UAV-CSE) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has formally closed the purchase of UAV Regulatory Services Ltd., the owner of Easy SFOC (see news release dated May 17, 2017).

In order to accommodate potential future expansion plans, a new company called UAV Regulatory Services Ltd. was created and Easy SFOC was incorporated into it. As a result, Global UAV Technologies has purchased UAV Regulatory Services. Terms of the purchase did not change. UAV Regulatory Services is now Global UAV Technologies’ third wholly owned subsidiary in the UAV sector.

Total consideration paid was $100,000 – payable as $70,000 in cash and the issuance of 329,670 common shares of Global UAV Technologies valued at $0.09. The shares issued have a standard hold period of four months and one day.

“We are very pleased to have completed this purchase. The incorporation of a new company prior to purchase made for a cleaner structure such that we will have added flexibility for business that we can create through that division,” stated Jason Springett, president of Global UAV Technologies.

About UAV Regulatory Services Ltd.

UAV Regulatory Services is a regulatory consulting service that assists clients with the preparation of Special Flight Operation Certificates (SFOCs) for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) operations in Canada. Their primary product is, an online service that uses a proprietary user-friendly interface which collects information on a client’s site locations, operations, and crew information quickly and efficiently. The client is then provided with full support and guidance along with a customized SFOC application ready to submit to Transport Canada.

In addition, the client receives all of the required supporting documents such as a site survey, an operations manual, safety and reporting forms, and other resources to assist with safe and compliant operations. UAV Regulatory Services is focused on providing high-quality customer service and supports an easy to understand approach to regulations.

Global UAV Technologies plans to expand the scope and reach of UAV Regulatory Services prior to year-end.

About Global UAV Technologies Ltd.:

With its growing technical expertise and expanding reach globally, Global UAV Technologies is a leader within the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (or ‘UAV’) sector. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries – Pioneer Aerial Surveys, High Eye Aerial Imaging, and UAV Regulatory Services – Global UAV Technologies provides a full spectrum UAV-based surface and sub-surface imagery.

Global UAV Technologies will continue its growth through expanding the business of its current subsidiaries and the continued evaluation of potential acquisitions with the goal of creating a consortium of businesses that, when fully integrated, will cover all aspects of the UAV industry.

On behalf of the Board,
“Jason Springett”

Jason Springett
President & CEO

For additional information on Global UAV Technologies please contact
Mr. Stephen Litwin, Investor Relations, at 514-708-3456 

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Three “company maker” targets for Beaufield

I think i have figured out the reason for the SP pop yesterday. The new BFD presentation has some very interesting new slides.

The reason no one cared about the rouleau drill results were they were sniffing up the wrong tree.

take a look at this slide with the NEW targets labelled as

“Untested high priority targets located within magnetic low features of the Windfall fold ”

within the windfall fold!?

coincident with depleted magnetite!?

those three blue dots could be company makers right there, i have never seen a bigger “drill me now” slide in my life..

this slide tells me all i need to know..

OSK wants us to succeed, any doubt they would stifle progress is now gone. and BFD has a probable extention of the main windfall deposit in the same fold structure

I really thought i was looking at an OSK slide for a second till i realized it was from the BFD deck.

here it is the best slide ive seen in a very long time!

GFK sleeper property in Windfall

every time a new map comes out the GFK property gets more showings/deposits labelled on the map!

Osk likes something right next to GFK

Latest OSK presentation puts a big star on the border



Drill hole Highway 17-003 is currently at a depth of 785 metres and was drilled with HQ diameter core (6.5 centimetres). Management had projected the Sullivan Time interval to be intercepted between 550 metres and 600 metres. The drill hole is currently at 785 metres and is still in the Sullivan mine hangingwall sequence. To management’s knowledge, this package of rocks has not been known to exist outside the Sullivan mine area until this drill hole.

Other holes on the property have not encountered this sequence and have been drilled deeper into the stratigraphic column. A six-metre zone of vented albite fragmental was encountered at 742 meters. A similar style of alteration occurs in the immediate hangingwall of the Sullivan mine. Immediately beneath the albite fragmental are intensely sericitized sediments with veinlets and disseminations of sphalerite and galena (zinc sulphide and lead (II) sulphide) present locally to the bottom of the hole.

Drilling is anticipated to resume within the next six weeks, at which time drill hole Highway 17-003 will be cased to 785 metres and reduced to NQ core (4.5 centimetres). The company has an option to earn a 50-per-cent interest in the Monroe property by spending annual optional exploration expenditures totalling $3-million over the next four years.

This news release has been reviewed by Gordon P. Leask, PEng, president and chief executive officer of the company, and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 (standards of disclosure for mineral projects).

About Highway 50 Gold Corp.

Highway 50 Gold is a mineral exploration-stage company led by a team of experienced explorers and deal makers. The company is executing an exploration plan refined over 25 years of experience in Nevada and the Aldridge formation of southeastern B.C. The exploration focus on its projects are a result of what management believes to be breakthroughs in the understanding of north-central Nevada’s crustal architecture and new geological understanding on the Monroe property in B.C.

Osisko buys MORE Beaufield Shares!

Osisko keeps buying Beaufield BFD
BFD quickly looking like a top pick
Acquisition in the market +905,400 0.2478 35,605,400

Opawica drilling Bazooka project

Fred Kiernicki’s Opawica Explorations Inc. (OPW), unchanged at 12.5 cents on 3.66 million shares, will start drilling early next week at its Bazooka project near Rouyn Noranda in Quebec. This is the drilling that was to have started in November, but had to be delayed until the company could get the required permits. Mr. Kiernicki, who does not draw a salary as president and CEO and who got less than $7,000 last year for consulting services, says that Opawica’s drilling will test for a depth extension to the mineralized zone identified in underground workings during the early 1950s. That work had produced up to 17.1 grams of gold per tonne over an area 1.1 metres wide and 21 metres long. The company plans three holes averaging about 500 metres each in the program, sufficient to reach the intriguing zone at depths between 200 and 400 metres.

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