HawkEye 360 announced that its Cluster 2 satellites meant to geolocate radio frequency signals and deliver RF geospatial intelligence data to customers have completed functional testing and reached initial operating capability status. Cluster 2 is composed of three satellites that launched in January aboard a SpaceX-built Falcon 9 rocket and features GNSS antenna to detect GPS interference and increased computing capabilities capabilities for onboard data processing.More
Satellite technology company HawkEye 360 has released its Mission Space offering in a move to help customers identify radio frequency activity and visualize RF geospatial intelligence data. Alex Fox, an executive vice president of HawkEye 360, said the company developed the platform to create value for customers of its subscription RF signal data services and to drive adoption of commercial analytics technology for defense, intelligence and commercial applications.More
HawkEye 360 has introduced a service offering designed to help customers gain signal awareness across large regions with the use of radio frequency monitoring technology. The Regional Awareness Subscription service uses HawkEye 360's RFGeo platform to support radio signal identification, analysis and monitoring activities, the company said Tuesday.More
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