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Australian space start-up Fleet Space Technologies has launched its flagship, fully integrated satellite-enabled LoRaWAN solution, The Portal, with claims the new solution ushers in a new era of Industrial IoT for businesses and systems integrators.

The Adelaide-based company says The Portal is its first product to launch since it took on $5 million in venture capital funding last year.

Fleet says the solution enables businesses to connect hundreds of devices to private, secure and Low Power Wide Area Networks anywhere around the world, at a fraction of the cost of traditional satellite systems, making it far more efficient and worthwhile for remote enterprises to run IoT networks.

According to Fleet, The Portal is set to transform billion-dollar industries, from precision agriculture on isolated rural farms in Africa, lone worker safety applications in remote Canada, to maritime monitoring in the middle of the Indian Ocean.

“Unlike other IoT gateways, The Portal goes beyond simple data collection and uses embedded edge computing-based software to analyse and select key, targeted data for secure transmission,” Fleet claims.

“This revolutionary approach means remote IoT cases are now a far more addressable greenfield market for systems integrators.”

Fleet says The Portal works across any satellite network, enabling systems integrators to choose the preferred satellite network and also leverage its nanosatellite constellation, to be launched in coming months.

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