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July 7, 2023


Silicon Valley Defense Group (SVDG), an organization seeking to connect people, capital, and ideas that will ensure allied democracies retain a durable techno-security advantage, has published its annual list of the top 100 startups 

The list, coined the “NatSec100,” ranks companies based on which are the comparative front-runners in the defense and national security space. 

At the top of the list are mainstays like SpaceX, Anduril, Databricks, and Sierra Space. Notably, four of the top 10 have a special focus on integrating artificial intelligence into Earth observation and intelligence, an innovative quality shared by EOI Space. 

Coming in 38th place is EOI Space; an impressive placement for its first year on the much-anticipated list. 

“We are excited to be on this prestigious list,” commented EOI Space CTO, Ben Tuttle, “It validates the hard work we’re doing to bring next-generation capabilities for national security, and we’re honored to be recognized among top innovators.”  

EOI Space’s steady march toward its 2024 launch has caught the eye of the defense and intelligence community. With patented electric propulsion technology, a unique multi-frame camera, and onboard compute, EOI Space will deliver 15 cm-resolution imagery and decision-ready data within minutes. 

To-date, the company has won multiple U.S. government contracts, including a recent $1.75M TACFI award to deliver high-quality information directly to warfighters in theater. 


About EOI Space

EOI Space is an American company on a mission to equip decision makers with the actionable information they need for better outcomes. Launching into Very Low Earth Orbit (VLEO) in 2024, EOI Space’s 60-satellite Stingray constellation will utilize patented electric propulsion and on-board compute to provide assured capacity for 15 cm-resolution, intrahour imaging. EOI Space’s proliferated, resilient constellation will deliver real-time insights for truly persistent global monitoring. Learn more: