Pole Star Space Applications Limited (Pole Star) is participating at DIMDEX 2022 as part of the USA Partnership Pavilion and is showcasing its new defence line of business focused on government maritime intelligence.
The U.S. based firm recently moved its headquarters to St. Petersburg, Florida’s newly launched Maritime and Defence Technology Hub. “I’m immensely proud to say that we’ve transformed from a vessel tracking company into a truly disruptive mission-critical technology and intelligence provider, said Pole Star’s CEO, Julian Longson.
Pole Star Defence President, Ben Minichino, said the company’s clients include law enforcement and defence agencies, maritime authorities, and many others. These customers demand the highest level of corporate governance, security, customer support, financial robustness, service infrastructure availability, and technical vision, which Pole Star Defence delivers, he said, adding that the company’s best-in-class solutions met even the most rigorous and ever-changing maritime defence requirements.
Pole Star Defence has already modernized and deployed the US Coast Guard operations into the secure AWS GovCloud. The placement of the Pole Star Defence headquarters, as well as its continuously operational US National Data Center, in St. Petersburg’s new Innovation District places the company in a unique environment, neighboured by other members of the military, national security, and defence industries, including the US Coast Guard station.
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