ICEYE provides dependable, timely access to high-resolution imagery by combining a microsatellite constellation with advanced processing tools to deliver insights at the speed of change. Day or night, in any weather, ICEYE empowers commercial and government partners to make informed, data-driven decisions that address national security challenges, improve infrastructure, protect the environment, and increase societal welfare.
As President of ICEYE US, Eric Jensen is responsible for delivering spaceborne remote sensing capabilities to domestic partners, managing strategic relations, and driving overall company growth. He joined ICEYE in 2020, a year of significant scale for the firm, including external investments totaling $152 million to date along with the successfully deployment of ICEYE’s seventh radar imaging satellite. The company is planning to deploy several additional satellites in 2021, including spacecraft manufactured and launched in the United States.
Prior to joining ICEYE US, Eric spent more than a decade at the Boeing Company, where he began his career as a design engineer. Eric was promoted to various engineering roles among NASA, Air Force and DARPA mission domains before moving into business development for Boeing’s Phantom Works division. Eric was subsequently recruited to lead the customer-facing team within Boeing’s Satellite Services group before becoming Vice President of Global Sales for Satellite Systems.
Originally from St. Louis, Eric attended Washington University in St. Louis where he attained his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. Upon graduating, he moved to the west coast and completed a master’s degree in mechanical engineering University of Southern California while working full time. Eric subsequently obtained a master’s degree in business administration from the University of California Los Angeles. Eric lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three daughters.