The Seeker is made for one purpose – Surveillance. The Seeker was specifically designed to have more structural components aft of the cockpit to ensure the crew has unrestricted visibility. Seeker’s high lift wing, engine and exhaust system are all located aft of the of the cockpit, making the Seeker the premier surveillance aircraft.
The pusher propeller, and tailwheel configuration make it possible to mount sensors on the nose of the airplane. Those design elements ensure that in addition to the crew having unrestricted visibility, the sensors do too. The sensors retain unparalleled field of view with no obstructions, and the configuration also eliminates the potential for damage by foreign objects and debris. Additionally, with the pusher propeller and tail wheel configuration, operations from unimproved airfield surfaces are possible with peace of mind that the sensitive equipment is preserved. To add to the mission flexibility of the product from remote locations, the Seeker was made to perform as a Short Take Off and Landing (STOL) aircraft, with mission friendly side by side seating for enhanced crew coordination during observation and surveillance tasks. These features and many more make the Seeker purpose built to exceptionally perform your mission at less cost.