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HawkEye 360 has appointed Robert Work, former deputy secretary at the Defense Department, and John Mulholland, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general, to its advisory board. Letitia Long, former National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency director and a HawkEye 360 advisory board member since 2017, will assume the role of board chairperson, the company said Monday. Work served as […] More
HawkEye 360 and Kratos Defense and Security Solutions have inked a memorandum of understanding to integrate the latter’s carrier monitoring, interference detection and geolocation offerings with the former’s planned space-based radio frequency detection and geolocation services. The alliance will look to augment Kratos’ sensor network technologies with HawkEye 360’s RF detection and geolocation offerings to boost the speed and […] More
Allied Minds subsidiary HawkEye 360 has obtained $11 million in a Razor's Edge Ventures-led Series A funding round to support the development of a constellation of small satellites and build up the company's business development and engineering teams. HawkEye 360 also appointed John Serafini, formerly a senior vice president at Allied Minds, as the company's […] More
Russ Matijevich and Rob Rainhart have joined small satellite developer HawkEye 360 as vice presidents of the company's sales and engineering divisions, respectively. Matijevich, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, will be responsible for the company's business and product development activities, HawkEye 360 said Wednesday. Rainhart will lead the company's technical team to design and […] More
Northrop Grumman, Illinois-based AAR and Japan-based Sumitomo have entered a five-year deal to increase industrial and inventory management support for a Japanese aircraft program. The companies will provide maintenance services, airframe components and other equipment for the E-2C Hawkeye as well as options to boost support if required, Northrop said Monday. “Japan is our largest international […] More
On Wednesday, Byron Bright, president of government services for KBR and a two-time Wash100 Award winner, participated in the National Security Space Association Annual Update panel with other highly esteemed executives during Baird’s 2021 Government & Defense Conference. Baird’s fourth annual Government & Defense Conference presented industry executives, government leaders and capital providers with a platform to […] More
Amazon Web Services has selected 10 startup companies from the U.S. and Europe to study and develop space-based cloud technologies that have the potential to be applied to spacecraft launch and delivery, electronics and robotics, spacecraft hardware and software as well as earth observation efforts. The companies will receive up to $100,000 each in AWS […] More
Some defense companies such as Raytheon, Lockheed Martin and Boeing have made investments in startups that develop small satellites as the Pentagon and intelligence agencies work to counter space security threats through the use of Cubesats, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Raytheon announced a partnership with Herndon, Va.-based satellite firm HawkEye 360 on Monday, Sept. 10, […] More
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