HERNDON, Va., August 6, 2019 (HawkEye 360 PR) – HawkEye 360 Inc., the first commercial company to use formation flying satellites to create a new class of radio frequency (RF) data and data analytic products, today announced that it has secured $70 million in Series B financing.
This financing capitalizes the company’s business plan to include buildout and launch of the HawkEye 360 commercial satellite constellation and development of the company’s line of RF analytic products by 2021.
SAN ANTONIO, June 3, 2019 (BlackSky PR) – Today at the USGIF-sponsored GEOINT Symposium in San Antonio, BlackSky, a leading provider of geospatial intelligence, satellite imaging, and global monitoring services, announced it has signed an agreement with HawkEye 360, the first commercial company to use formation-flying satellites to create a new class of radio frequency (RF) data analytics.
As part of the agreement, HawkEye 360 will provide API access to selected RF data for customers interested in global spectrum monitoring. BlackSky intends to integrate data from HawkEye 360’s RF satellites into the BlackSky geospatial platform and resell it to its customers as part of its analytical services.
HERNDON, Va., Feb. 7, 2019 (HawkEye 360 PR) — HawkEye 360 Inc., the first commercial company to use formation flying satellites to create a new class of radio frequency (RF) data analytics, today announced that Alex Fox has joined the company as executive vice president of business development, sales and marketing. Fox brings more than 20 years of executive leadership in engineering, operations and business development, with a focus on innovative space technology.
“Alex has devoted his career to breaking new ground in how people benefit from emerging technology,” said HawkEye 360 Chief Executive Officer John Serafini. “With his impressive track record anticipating customer needs and his keen understanding of space capabilities, he will build and lead a global sales and marketing team that introduces our RF analytics solution to a wide range of customers.”
HERNDON, Va., September 10, 2018 (HawkEye 360 PR) – HawkEye 360 Inc. has raised an additional $5.3 million in funding in a second closing, which when combined with the $9.6 million first closing, completes the company’s Series A-3 round of financing for a total of $14.9 million. Led by Raytheon Company, the Series A-3 round included participation from the Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, Razor’s Edge Ventures, Shield Capital Partners, Space Angels, and Allied Minds.
Boston, Mass.- August 13, 2018 (HawkEye 360 PR) — Allied Minds portfolio company, HawkEye 360, has announced it has raised proceeds of $9.6 million in the first closing of a Series A-3 financing round (“the transaction”). The round included Razor’s Edge Ventures, a U.S Aerospace and Defense Company and Allied Minds, as well as Shield Capital. Additional investors are expected to subscribe further capital to a second closing of the transaction to be concluded in due course.
Proceeds from the transaction will be applied to fund the development, build and launch costs of the company’s first commercial satellite cluster and for general commercial purposes.
Financing round led by Razor’s Edge Ventures and includes investment from Allied Minds and a defence market leader; John Serafini appointed as full-time Chief Executive Officer
BOSTON (HawkEye 360 PR) — Allied Minds (LSE: ALM), a diversified holding company focused on venture creation within the life science and technology sectors, today announces that its subsidiary, HawkEye 360, Inc. (HawkEye 360 or the company), a developer of a space-based radio frequency (RF) mapping and analytics system, has raised $11.0 million in new equity investments in a Series A preferred financing led by Razor’s Edge Ventures, with additional participation by Allied Minds and a defence market leader. HawkEye 360 also intends to issue up to an additional $2.75 million in Series A preferred shares to new and existing shareholders within 60 days, resulting in a total expected financing of up to $13.75 million.
First in an irregular series on entrepreneurial buzz words
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There comes a time in the existence of many startups when there an urgent need to change direction. You set up the company to pursue a goal, but for one reason or several — a lack of a market, shortage of investment, regulatory hurdles, a flawed concept — you have to direct all that talent, technology and enthusiasm toward a new objective that will keep the company in operation.