San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Trends in the market segment include explosive growth, commercialization, commoditization, increased autonomy of the platforms, miniaturization and proliferation, and regulatory pressure to manage their safe operation and address privacy concerns.
DreamHammer, as a commercial software provider, is uniquely positioned to address this emerging and evolving market segment with disruptive technology and an innovative business model.
DreamHammer is a Santa Monica-based software company that provides intelligent software control products for commercial, defense and intelligence customers.
Its first product, Ballista, is a OS for drones and allows one person to simultaneously control multiple drones of any type. It features a plug and play architecture that can be integrated into any unmanned system. Ballista has been licensed to government agencies including the U.S. Navy's Program Executive Office Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons.
Ballista is a warfighting system that allows operators to project singular and focused force with every asset in the battlespace. Ballista is built on an open, versatile and all encompassing platform allowing for the integration of disparate and stove-piped military domains. Consequently autonomous and simultaneous control of multiple unmanned vehicles across all domains (air, sea and land) in a single software environment becomes possible.
Entering Navy flight training in 1969, he was designated a Naval Aviator in July 1971. While serving in the U.S. Navy, Mr. Osborn accumulated more than 4,000 hours of flight time and 850 carrier landings in tactical jet aircraft. During his Navy career he commanded a deployed operational light attack squadron, served as the air officer on an aircraft carrier, and provided technical and policy advice to the Secretary of Defense, the Chief of Naval Operations, and the Commander-in-Chief, U. S. Pacific Command. Mr. Osborn headed the Cruise Missile Support Activity while at USPACOM and was a Deputy Director for Crisis Action. Mr. Osborn was designated a specialist in Operations Analysis, System Acquisition, Joint Service Operations, and Financial Management. Mr. Osborn completed his military career with the rank of Captain, U.S. Navy in 1994.
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