AARDVARK is excited to announce its new partnership with HECS. Effective immediately, AARDVARK will act as the sole domestic Law Enforcement and Military provider of the HECS product line. When asked about this new partnership, AARDVARK’s CEO Jon Becker stated “AARDVARK is thrilled to be able to introduce such an innovative technology to our Law Enforcement and Military clients.
The show follows a wildlife adventurer and biologist as he explores the real stories behind animals thought to be gone forever and tries to prove their existence so he can help them thrive again. Animal Planet has ordered a new series that asks whether animals thought to be extinct really are. Extinct or Alive, set to debut June 10, posits that the methods used to declare a species extinct are not as foolproof as people might assume.
It is scientific fact that humans and animals alike emit electromagnetic fields and these fields are spiked by any muscle movement including the large muscle groups such as arm and leg muscles and also very notably the heart. It is now known that many animals are able to sense slight changes in their electrical environment. Most studies on the subject have focused around the workings of the internal compass that animals use to navigate however the EM field we produce are similar and are now believed to be what contributes to the “sixth sense” we all hear about. What if there was a way to eliminate this field in the modern hunter? Mike Slinkard President and Founder of HECS LLC has done just that with the introduction of the HECS Human Energy Conceal Suit. The suit utilized the proven scientific principle know as the “Faraday Cage Principal”. This concept was first used in 1836 by inventor Michael Faraday to contain electromagnetic fields. Since then this principal has been used in all sorts of applications where EM fields need to be controlled. The most recognized example for most people is the conductive grid in the door of your microwave oven. The HECS […]
Bold filmmakers have swum with crocodiles wearing nothing but flimsy wetsuits designed to convince the animals that the divers are reptiles. The daring wildlife enthusiasts wear the special suits that mimic the crocodile's scaly skin and block the body's electrical current so they can capture the reptile's natural behaviour.
The daring wildlife enthusiasts wear the special suits that mimic the crocodile's scaly skin and block the body's electrical current so they can capture the reptile's natural behaviour. But although they’re not reinforced with bullet-proof Kevlar, these are no ordinary wetsuits.
Allow me to set the mood. You are in your treestand, its archery season, and you’re pumped. You have done everything right; your stand is in the right tree, the wind is in your favor, you’re on time, perfect. After you have been sitting for a little while, you see some deer coming. They are calm, they have no idea you’re there, and the trail they’re on is going to put them at twenty yards. Your heart starts pumping as you start picking the spots where the shot might present itself. Suddenly, the lead doe snaps to attention. The breeze is steady in your face, so it must be something else. You tell yourself stay calm she’s still coming. She takes a couple more tentative steps, then turns and takes a trail through some thick stuff. What happened? Everything was perfect. She drags the other deer off with her, they skirt your location, and look back towards you every once in a while. They didn’t bust you, but they’re still alive. It’s like she just knew something wasn’t right. Her sixth sense must have kicked in, right? Don’t worry about it; it has happened to all of us. You’ll get […]
Wetsuit prevents sharks and other fish from detecting tiny electrical signals from divers' muscles. When swimming in the open ocean, your every movement gives off invisible signals to the fish and sea creatures around you to betray your presence.
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.
National US spearfishing team to exclusively wear unique electric energy reducing HECS wetsuits at the world spearfishing championships in Greece. HECS, a world leader in concealment technology, has today been named the official wetsuit sponsor of the USA spearfishing team.
I will be the first one to admit I am a gadget guy, and by that admission, I must also admit I am always over eager to try out the new “gimmick” products. Granted, a lot of them turn out to be just that, a gimmick. But every once in a blue moon, there is a product that comes along that is truly revolutionary. The HECS Stealthscreen lineup of clothing fits that mold perfectly. Revolutionary gear that once you own, you will refuse to enter the woods without it. So what exactly is the HECS Suit? Well, before I answer that question, let me ask you another. Have you ever had that perfect treestand location, nestled into a cedar tree, astand you only hunt on a certain wind direction, a stand that sits on the side of a cliff where zero deer could ever get down wind of you? Yet somehow, when that first doe walks out in the field, she immediately starts acting nervous, alert, it’s like she knows you’re there? Have you ever experienced a deer with that “6th” sense? I think it’s safe to say that most of us have, but what exactly is it? And how can […]