HawkEye 360, Airbus Partner to Offer Geospatial Intelligence Products; Alex Fox Quoted

Alex Fox
Alex Fox

HawkEye 360 has partnered with Airbus to market geospatial intelligence products to clients from the defense and intelligence sectors.

Airbus will disseminate HawkEye’s radio frequency data and analytics within Europe to optimize maritime, defense and intelligence offerings while HawkEye will market the Airbus’ earth observation optical and synthetic radar systems under the partnership, the company said Monday.

The partnership will allow the two entities to utilize each other’s offerings to address customer requirements.

“Integrating these analytics will provide customers valuable insights to execute more informed decisions,” said Alex Fox, executive vice president of business development at HawkEye 360’s sales and marketing division.

Airbus along with other investors helped HawkEye raise $70M through a Series B funding round last August to support the deployment of four satellite clusters and the creation of RF analytics tools.

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