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HawkEye-Airbus Partnership to Offer GEOINT Products in Defense, Intell Markets; Alex Fox Quoted

Jeff Brody
Alex Fox

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 28, 2020 — HawkEye 360 and Airbus have partnered to help customers obtain geospatial intelligence datasets from the companies’ radar and radio frequency platforms, ExecutiveBiz reported Jan. 21.

HawkEye said Jan. 20 it will combine RF data and analytics technology with synthetic aperture radar and Earth imaging offerings from Airbus to support customers in the defense and intelligence sectors.

“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.

Fox added the integrated offering will provide global multi-intelligence situational awareness.

HawkEye raised $70M in August last year through a Series B round from Airbus and other investors.

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