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October 19, 2017
Eye in the sky: Scott Adams offers airborne intelligence

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EagleEye employs a couple dozen engineers, execs and pilots.

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Eye in the sky: Scott Adams offers airborne intelligence

Mike Vogel | 2/27/2017

Scott Adams made his name and fortune as founder of Hiway Technologies, an early web-hosting company that became the world’s largest a year before he sold in in 1998. A Florida Atlantic University grad, Adams went on to fund the Adams Center for Entrepreneurship there and began working with new companies. Adams’ latest venture is EagleEye Intelligence, a company in Boca Raton that combines equipment such as drones with sensors, analytics and a proprietary software platform called Strax.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Rex Ciavola; Tom Gallagher; Roberta Stanley; Chris Askew; Karen Adams; Marti Huizenga; Neuro Pharmalogics; Kaufman Lynn

 

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