MZ North America handled Airship AI as the video, sensor and data management surveillance company went public via a SPAC merger with BYTE Acquisition Corp.
Redmond, WA-based Airship counts the Depts. of Justice, Defense and Homeland Security, as well as local law enforcement agencies and Fortune 500 companies (FedEx and Home Depot) as customers.
In December, Airship landed a $10.9M pact with the DHS to provide real-time intelligence systems along the US borders.
Airship CEO Paul Allen said the company has a $163M pipeline, and operates in a $7B software/hardware market.
He expects the NASDAQ listing will boost Airship’s visibility, selling opportunities and financial flexibility.
MZ’s Chris Tyson and Larry Holub represented Airship.