The HTSPE archive is a rich source of primary data. Users who have seen what is preserved in our archive are amazed at the volume and detail of work that has been done and continues to be carried out right up to the present day. We are pleased to announce that our archive of maps and data from over 50 years of development work can be searched HERE.
The work by HTSPE and its precedent HTS Development (formerly Hunting Technical Services) is a treasure trove of rare data from over 120 countries. This will be of interest to development specialists, humanitarian aid workers and organisations, social scientists, engineers, natural resources scientists, GIS and remote sensing specialists and all students of development. Just one example is that of Sudan. HTS retained an office in Khartoum for over 30 years and implemented over 90 projects and programmes. Our archive on Sudan comprises numerous maps, images and photographs as well as details of society, people and the country.
This is just one example from our long history of involvement in overseas work. There are many more. Geologist will be pleased to know that we have retained many geological maps from our sister company Hunting Geology and Geophysics (HG&G). From HG&G we have preserved an archive of remote sensing data and digital maps from over 30 major mapping projects.
Interested parties are invited to contact us should they require any further information or wish to check on what is available.Back to top