HawkEye 360, Inc., an innovative technology company developing new geospatial information solutions utilizing space-based radio frequency survey, has added seven members to its advisory board, the company said.
The new members bring a diversity of experience, including expertise in space technology, geospatial information, and data security.
The new advisors include: Richard Clarke, Chief Executive Officer of Good Harbor Security Risk Management; Phil Carrai, President of the Technology and Training group for Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, Inc.; Letitia Long, former Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA); Jeffrey Hurst, Managing Partner at Commonwealth Capital and Staley Capital; Stewart Baker, former General Counsel of the National Security Agency and the first Assistant Secretary for Policy at the US Department of Homeland Security; Norm Coleman, former US Senator from Minnesota and legal counsel at Hogan Lovells specializing in federal regulatory policy; and Mike Sheehan, former CEO of Boston advertising firm Hill Holliday and former CEO of Boston Globe Media Partners, which publishes The Boston Globe.
The new advisors join four other members, including such space experts as Scott Large, former Director of the National Reconnaissance Office; David Deptula, a retired Lieutenant General, United States Air Force, who is now the Dean of the Mitchell Institute of Aerospace Power Studies; Gwyn Whittaker, former CEO of Mosaic Inc. who is now with Deep Water Point; and Rand Beers, former Acting Secretary of Homeland Security under President Barack Obama.
HawkEye 360 is a technology company that is leveraging the power of small satellites to develop geospatial solutions based on radio frequency survey conducted from space. The company is developing a constellation of small low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites that will survey, geolocate and map radio frequency signals for use in applications such as emergency response support, transportation and logistics tracking, interference and coverage mapping.