HawkEye 360 Inc. has announced that the RFGeo product can now map an expanded catalog of signals to address new markets such as border security or anti-poaching efforts, the company said.
RFGeo identifies and geolocates RF signals collected by HawkEye 360´s satellite constellation. It is the first commercially available product offering global spectrum awareness across a broad range of radio signals.
With this update, HawkEye 360 expands beyond VHF and X-band to include the first RFGeo signals in the UHF and L-band frequencies. In the UHF band, RFGeo is now mapping signals for push-to-talk radios commonly used across land. Through mapping these types of radios, HawkEye 360 can help clients uncover anomalous behaviors for applications such as finding cross-border smuggling operations or poaching activities in nature preserves.
HawkEye 360, a radio frequency (RF) data analytics company, is the first commercial company to use formation flying satellites to create a new class of radio frequency (RF) data analytics.