On 4 December, 2019 Horizon Technologies held an Amber users’ workshop in Singapore at the historic Singapore Cricket Club.

Horizon Technologies Amber Users’ Workshop In Singapore

London, UK — On 4 December, 2019 Horizon Technologies held an Amber users’ workshop in Singapore at the historic Singapore Cricket Club. The event was jointly sponsored by Horizon Technologies and the UK High Commission in Singapore (DIT/DSO). John Beckner … Continue Reading

Horizon Technologies CEO John Beckner Quoted in Armada International Article

Horizon Technologies CEO John Beckner was quoted in the article “Sigs In Space” by Dr. Thomas Withington, which was published in a recent issue of Armada International. In the article, Beckner says today’s smaller, lighter CubeSats are “relatively inexpensive to … Continue Reading

John Beckner gave a presentation on trends in Sat Phone SIGINT at the Airborne 2019 ISR Conference in London.

Horizon Technologies Speaks at Airborne ISR Conference in London on Trends in SIGINT for ISR and Announces FlyingFish™ Order Plus-Up

London, UK — Horizon Technologies CEO, John Beckner, spoke at the Airborne ISR Conference in London on 23-24 October, 2019. Beckner gave a presentation on trends in Sat Phone SIGINT for ISR and emphasized how airborne and ground-based strategic SIGINT … Continue Reading

Horizon Technologies Workshop in Rome, Italy Addresses Italian Maritime Intelligence Requirements

Horizon Technologies Workshop in Rome, Italy Addresses Italian Maritime Intelligence Requirements

London, UK — In anticipation of the launch of IOD-3 Amber in 2020, Horizon Technologies, and the UK Satellite Applications Catapult held an Amber Users’ Workshop in Rome, Italy on 9 October, 2019 at Her Majesty’s Ambassador’s Residence; the historic … Continue Reading

Will cubesat fulfill its promise?

Cubesat-Based ISR: Will it fulfill its promise?

Horizon Technologies’ CEO John Beckner explores this question in a new article published by Milsat Magazine: The question to ask today is, will these emerging “New Space” technologies actually play a role in military (tactical) ISR? The subject is complex … Continue Reading

Horizon Technologies will exhibit and speak At DSEI, 10-13 September, 2019

Horizon Technologies Exhibiting and Speaking At DSEI, 10-13 September, 2019

Also Just Announced: Horizon Technologies and the Satellite Applications Catapult to supply satellite data to the UK National Maritime Information Centre. London, UK— Horizon Technologies will be exhibiting at the DSEI show in London from 10-13 September, 2019. The Defence … Continue Reading

Horizon Technologies Amber CubeSat SIGINT constellation

Horizon Technologies Exhibiting at Paris Air Show 17-23 June

Horizon Technologies will be exhibiting at Le Bourget at the Paris Air Show 17-23 June in Hall 2B/G188. Horizon Technologies is coming off its best six (6) month period ever with a healthy £10+ Million backlog for its legacy FlyingFish™ … Continue Reading

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Multi-Million Pound Orders for Horizon Technologies

Horizon Technologies is pleased to announce two major NATO end user orders for our FlyingFish™ airborne SIGINT system totaling over £14 Million over the next few years. John Beckner, CEO, Horizon Technologies, stated, “These orders are significant because they include … Continue Reading

While in town exhibiting at The Department for International Trade UK Pavilion at Satellite 2019

While in town exhibiting at The Department for International Trade UK Pavilion at Satellite 2019, John Beckner, CEO and Neale Moss (Horizon Technologies’ new Director of Business Development) meet with Michael Tatham, deputy British Ambassador to the United States, at … Continue Reading

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Horizon Technologies at Satellite 2019 in Washington DC on May 6-9.

Washington, DC— Horizon Technologies is pleased to announce its participation in Satellite 2019 in Washington, DC May 6–9. We will be exhibiting as part of the UK Pavilion sponsored by the UK Department of International Trade and promoting our unique … Continue Reading