Fortem Technologies Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Fortem Technologies's estimated annual revenue is currently $20.9M per year.
- Fortem Technologies received $15.0M in venture funding in March 2018.
- Fortem Technologies's estimated revenue per employee is $246,000
- Fortem Technologies's total funding is $20.5M.
- Fortem Technologies has 85 Employees.
- Fortem Technologies grew their employee count by 4% last year.
- Fortem Technologies currently has 2 job openings.
|Bruce Carpenter||Vp Global Business Development||Email Available|
|Glen Hilton||CFO||Email Available|
|James Henrie||Principal Embedded Software Engineer||Email Available|
|Christopher Mitton||Director Of Strategic Partnerships|
|Jeff VanShaar||VP of Engineering||Email Available|
|Norman Fong||Software Engineering Manager||Email Available|
|Cindi Smith||Event & Trade Show Manager||Email Available|
|Scott Hurst||Senior Director Sales, Business Development||Email Available|
|Matt Romney||Hardware Engineeering Manager||Email Available|
|Nickolas Landry||QA Manager|
What Is Fortem Technologies?
Fortem Technologies is an innovative leader in AI-enabled airspace awareness and intelligence, providing real-time intrusion detection and avoidance solutions. Fortem offers a military-tested, commercially available platform that detects, classifies, and secures against drones, UAVs and other aircraft. Fortem's most recent product redefines modern air defense. The Fortem DroneHunter is an unmanned counter-UAS aircraft that uses the TrueView Radar, machine learning algorithms, proprietary guidance systems, and an open command & control system -- all built by Fortem -- to autonomously fly toward unwanted drones in the sky -- without a human pilot on the ground - and detect, track, classify, monitor via video stream, inspect, and safely capture the intruder drone at a safe distance from the protected area. Fortem's DroneHunter is the world's first counter-drone system that operates beyond line of sight (BLOS) using radar to protect a perimeter day and night from unwanted air threats. Some of the technology was developed and hardened over several years on US Department of Defense applications and is now available for commercial use. Core technologies include machine learning, secure data collection and services, aerospace design, radar guidance and advanced algorithms, and open command and control platforms for customers to detect, track, classify and mitigate unwanted drones. The open, secure ground station offers operational flexibility of multiple DroneHunters. The Fortem TrueView radar at the core of the guidance system is also used by many UAV manufacturers to enable safe and secure beyond line of sight (BLOS) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) services day and night, in clouds, fog or inclement weather.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
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|Electric Power ...||$11.1M||45||125%||N/A|
Fortem Technologies News
PLEASANT GROVE, UT, Aug. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --. Fortem Technologies, Inc., the leader in airspace safety and security for an ...
Fortem, HPE to Develop Airspace Security Solution. Fortem Technologies and Hewlett Packard Enterprise [HPE] have signed an original ...
WASHINGTON — Fortem Technologies has developed a counter-UAS (unmanned aerial system) that could be used to protect ships as well as ...
Fortem Technologies Funding
|2017-05-08||$5.5M||Undisclosed||Signia Venture Partners||Article|
Fortem Technologies Executive Hires
|2017-09-07||Marty Smuin||Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Development||Article|