The high-tech Swiss company Ricochet Satelite Technology (RST) has announced its new licenece holders and practitioners from the period of 2015 – 2022, with all continents represented by exceptionally experienced candidates that were selected from a pool of 80000 candidates.
(RST) Ricochet Satelite Technology has been at the forefront of cutting edge 5D and Radar Satelite Technology designed by German engineers and Swiss/British scientists , 2016 is expected to be the year in which governments and conglomerates are able to expand operations across Mining, Agriculture, Education, Energy and Healthcare using the latest technology towards value addition and builiding equity while growing a sustainable base and a great (ROI) Return on Investment. In mining nations will be in a position to quantify and explore mineral reserves with precision and cut costs which usually rise into billions of dollars. Africa is represented by Dr Chiedza Kambasha who becomes the youngest and ﬁrst practitioner of african descent to hold the world-class licence.
Australia is represented by Matthew Gosford Miller with Asia represented by Mr Lee-Hong maeJin Ping Europe by Mrs Louis Brackenbury and the America’s by Professor Madison Hasso.
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