Dynamic and innovative secure communications


Robust, reliable and intelligent security technology


Kinetic Six, provide dynamic, innovative secure communications and security technology solutions, anywhere in the world. We work with:

  • Wildlife Conservation Projects
  • Humanitarian and Non-Governmental Organisations
  • Government Departments
  • Defence Sector

Our Vision Kinetic Six will be a flagship centre of excellence in bespoke to market secure communications, technical security and tracking, placed at the heart of an internationally focused technical security group

Values: Integrity, Passion, Quality, Client Focused and Team Centred. 

We work on 5 principle values to ensure we deliver a superior product and service.  We have a strong bond as a team and embrace our clients with the same ethos.

A unique understanding of the latest technologies enables us to provide bespoke solutions and develop innovations to meet specific client needs.

Passion for communications drives our thirst for knowledge and desire to connect people globally.

All Kinetic Six teams are experts in their fields, combining years of varied global experience, which enables us to deliver engineering excellence and provide supreme support services.

Our leaders display a spectrum of skills that are current, reliable and successful, forged throughout the past decade in the most demanding of environments.



British Troops Helping Conservation in Malawi

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Kinetic Six have played a vital role in the recent deployment of the British Troops to Malawi. The 2016 pilot scheme in Liwonde National Park near the border with Mozambique was a success whereby 7 soldiers were sent to train 35 rangers in a set of military skills in order to combat the increasing level of poaching. The accomplishment of this mission has led to another deployment as of May 2018. The troops have been sent to other leading African Reserves, Nkhotakota and Majete. The aim of this project, similar to that of Liwonde, is training Malawian Park Rangers, increasing their experience in bushcraft, information analysis and tracking skills that will, in the future, help them fight the illegal wildlife trade and put an end to poaching in the parks.

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Chuilexi Conservancy, Mozambique

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Residing in the Northern most region of Mozambique, bordering Tanzania, is Niassa National Reserve. At 4.2 million hectares, it has been a refuge for many endangered wildlife including lions and wild dogs. But more importantly it hosts 40% of the entire elephant population of Mozambique making it a unique and exceptional place.

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