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Dutch IoT Startup Hiber Receives Share Of €278 Million Grant; Appoints New Advisory Board Members

Dutch space-based Internet of Things (IoT) startup Hiber have announced that they will receive an undisclosed share of a €278 million European Innovation Council Accelerator grant as well as direct equity investment. As a result of this new funding, Hiber have appointed three new advisory board members in order to …

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GomSpace And RBC Signals Sign MoU To Strengthen Ground Segment Collaboration

RBC Signals, the multi-national provider of flexible and cost-effective space communication services, and GomSpace, the manufacturer of nanosatellite solutions and operations services, today announced an MoU. The technology agreement will ensure that their companies’ respective solutions are fully integrated. The MoU includes: GomSpace will continue to support future versions of …

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Intellian Signs Production Contract To Build A Range Of OneWeb User Terminals

Intellian, the global leader in mobile satellite communication antenna systems, has signed a contract with OneWeb, the global communications company with a mission to bring connectivity to everyone everywhere, to manufacture User Terminals for use on the OneWeb Network. This partnership was announced on 9 March 2020. OneWeb and Intellian …

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Glasgow-Based Startup Alba Orbital Announces New Ground Station Service

Alba Orbital, a Glasgow-based pioneer of miniaturized satellites announced AlbaConnect, a new Rapidly Deployable combined UHF/S Band Ground Station System for a global satellite network, on 10 February 2020. AlbaConnect allows clients to control satellite communications and process data without having to worry about building, leasing, or managing their own …

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ICEYE Demonstrates SAR Video Capability From Current SAR Satellite Constellation

Finnish New Space leader ICEYE unveiled its newest in-orbit satellite demonstration, the capability to create synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) videos from the company’s current SAR satellite constellation, during Satellite 2020 in Washington, DC. ICEYE’s innovative imaging and processing technique for generating SAR videos can be used for advanced analysis of movement from a single satellite …

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#SpaceWatchGL Interviews: The Legacy Of LeoSat, An Interview With Ronald Van Der Breggen

Thriving in the New Space ecosystem can be very difficult. There is no blueprint, and the best ideas can rise and fall quickly and unpredictably. But still, we endeavour: planning missions, assembling satellites, and building mega-constellations.  One of the most interesting mega-constellation concepts in recent years was LeoSat, which offered …

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Space Video Company Sen Awards Multimillion-Euro Contract To NanoAvionics

Sen, a British space company establishing video streaming media to provide real-time and timely Ultra-High Definition (UHD) video of Earth, has contracted NanoAvionics to build the first five nano-satellites of its constellation. Sen has already demonstrated its technology of streaming ultra-high definition (UHD) video from space. It is now focused …

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QuadSAT To Introduce Its UAV Antenna Testing Technology At SATELLITE 2020 Startup Pavilion

Danish startup QuadSAT has announced it will exhibit its Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Antenna Testing technology at SATELLITE 2020  for the first time. QuadSAT will showcase its solution at SATELLITE’s Startup Pavilion (stand SP3) from 10-12 March 2020, in Washington, DC. QuadSAT’s debut at SATELLITE follows a successful year in …

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UK’s Proposed Sovereign GNSS System On Hold Due To Debate On Requirements

The proposed sovereign Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) announced by the British government after the decision to leave the European Union (EU), and the subsequent lockout of the British space industry from the EU’s Galileo GNSS programme, is reportedly on hold due to intensive debates between British polticians and officials …

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