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Overwatch Imaging is creating the next generation of imaging capabilities for both piloted and unmanned aircraft. We are looking for smart teammates who are passionate about airborne image collection and autonomous analysis using AI. We are looking for people who thrive in an exciting, fast-moving small-team environment.
If you want to invent systems that enable widespread adoption of airborne imaging for large-scale, time-critical civil and special missions, check out our job openings below!
To apply, please send us a message through our website Contact page. All positions are based in beautiful Hood River, Oregon, USA.
We strive to create the best environment for the amazing people who work here. Our team members enjoy these benefits:
Influence. Help shape the architecture and the roadmap as we grow.
Great clients. We innovate for the best users in the industry.
Flat structure. Trust and engagement brings us together.
Camaraderie. We conquer challenges and celebrate successes together.
Health and wellness. Medical insurance and a culture of fitness.
Flexible schedule. Work when you are most productive.
Generous paid time off. Enjoy your time in and out of the office.
Best technology. Develop with the latest and greatest electronics.
IN THE NEWS
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We were there!
Maritime Search and Patrol
What was the problem Schiebel needed solved? Wide area search-A few years ago we were tasked by a European NGO to help find African migrants in very small boats in the Mediterranean Sea, although we were very successful (32,000 souls saved). We appreciated the weakness of our system of not having a wide area optical sensor.
Summary: "Greg and his team provided us that superb sensor. Schiebel have integrated many sensors on the S-100 over the years and without exception everybody was uniquely impressed with both the ease of integration and the results we have achieved. At a recent Schiebel S-100 User conference, the users rated the PT-8 Oceanwatch as the most impressive sensor.
The turret is now a standard fit on all the demos we perform for Customers (several a month) and in addition we have several ongoing tasks to support the European Maritime and Safety Agency all around Europe, including Croatia, Denmark, Norway and soon to be Greece and Spain. We generally fly 6+ hours every day for these tasks.
To date we have flown hundreds of successful operational hours with the System and remain impressed.
The system is now standard fit on the S-100 for all Customers who require a Maritime capability."