Two of Australia’s new space pioneers, Queensland rocket manufacturer Gilmour Space Technologies, and South Australian nanosatellite manufacturer for the Internet of Things (IoT) Fleet Space Technologies, are joining forces to launch small satellites to orbit.
Australian space startup Fleet Space Technologies has raised $10.8 million in new funding to support delivery of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity to remote industries, powered by a global constellation of nanosatellites.
US orbital launch provider Rocket Lab has signed a contract with Australia’s Fleet Space Technologies to launch two satellites from its New Zealand launch site that will form the foundation of a global IoT communications constellation.
Australian start-up satellite technology company Fleet Space Technologies has opened its first nanosatellite ground station control centre in Adelaide.
Australia’s Fleet Space Technologies is partnering with global IoT cyber security company Cog Systems in a move designed to advance the security of satellite-connect IoT devices.
Adelaide-based satellite technology company Fleet Space Technologies is preparing to launch the first of two nano satellites, Centauri I, this year.
Australian space start-up, Fleet Space Technologies, is collaborating with IoT data and API management company Reekoh in planning for the provision of global connectivity through a constellation of 100 nanosatellites.
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