MOUNTAIN VIEW, California — A company planning the first-ever commercial service to locate, identify and track radio frequency use worldwide plans to launch its first three-satellite cluster this year and said it’s already generating revenue from U.S. government agencies.
Hawkeye 360, majority-owned by Allied Minds and backed by venture capital firms Razor’s Edge and Woodford Investment Management, believes that while the U.S. and other governments will be among the first customers, satellite and terrestrial wireless network operators won’t be far behind.
Hawkeye . . .
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