"On the battlefield, any doorway can be a death trap.
Textron Systems and Shield AI announced a collaboration effort to integrate Shield AI's software onto Textron’s unmanned systems, with an early focus on U.S. Army modernization priorities. The initial collaboration will focus on sharing exploration data between small unmanned aerial systems developed by Shield AI and unmanned ground vehicles developed by Textron Systems.
Shield AI hosted United States Department of Defense Secretary Mark Esper, accompanied by deputy under secretary of defense acquisition and sustainment Alan Shaffer and several of his staff, to discuss how unmanned systems and AI are supporting the Navy and the joint force. Read the full stor
Shield AI's co-founders Ryan and Brandon Tseng were included in Wired Magazine's annual list of the 25 "People Who Are Making Things Better" alongside Apple's Tim Cook, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Former Vice President Al Gore. Read the full story here.
This article from FedScoop summarizes the discussions which occured at last week's 2020 Aspen Security Forum. Senior Leaders, including Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, DIU Director Mike Brown, Shield AI CEO Ryan Tseng, and many others commented on bringing inn
Following Shield AI's placement on its AI 50 list of the most promising US-based start-ups, Forbes interviewed Shield AI's founders to learn more about the company's founding and future plans. 
The Technology 202 Network is a panel of technology experts from across the government, the private sector, and the community advocacy community invited by The Washington Post to vote in regular surveys on the most pressing issues in the field.
This article from the New York Post discusses the US Army’s Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) program, including Shield AI’s work on developing automated drone scanning technology that can internally map buildings in a matter of minutes.
Shield AI’s CEO Ryan Tseng participated in a Defense News roundtable on the intersection of venture capital and defense technology. Read the full story and watch the video of their discussion here.
Crunchbase spoke about Seed Series Companies to Watch with venture capitalists from Accel, #Angels, BBG Ventures, Cowboy Ventures, The Engine, Floodgate, Homebrew, Lerer Hippeau, NFX, UnCork Capital and UpWest.
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