IoT is reshaping agriculture towards more efficient and sustainable patterns of production.
NB-IoT Connectivity From Space
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What if the same device connected today to cellular terrestrial networks could connect directly to satellites with no modification to the hardware?
Sateliot’s unique satellite constellation is based on standard 5G IoT, allowing standard cellular devices to connect in a seamless way.
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Global IoT connectivity provides end-to-end visiblity for the marine sector.
IoT provides the best Livestock monitoring solutions for more productive farms.
The renewable energy sector is experiencing a massive transformation, IoT is at the forefront of this revolution.
IoT is set to improve the whole supply chain by reducing transportation costs and enhancing logistics management.
IoT adoption in the energy sector is having a revolutionary impact, improving sustainability, optimizing reliance, and creating new business models.
IoT allows the remote monitoring of critical infrastructure preventing accidents and increasing overall efficiency.
For remote locations and extreme sports - The remote wearable devices market has experienced a tremendous growth thanks to the advent of modern communications and IoT.
IoT is proving to be a great tool to combat climate change and biodiversity extinction, making a more sustainable world for future generations.
IoT provides safer, more compliant and efficient Oil and Gas operations.
The mining Industry benefits from the increase in productivity provided by IoT-enabled technologies.
The IoT revolution is ready to be applied to military intelligence overcoming the lack of terrestrial connectivity in many conflict zones.
Sateliot has joined the largest trade organization serving the IoT sector – the IoT M2M Council (IMC) – to raise awareness of its novel technology that seamlessly combines low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite connectivity with more traditional cellular networks and for the first time in history under standard 5G protocol.
Telefónica, through its Telefónica Tech and Telefónica Global Solutions (TGS) divisions, is testing Sateliot's solution to develop an innovative dual 5G NB-IoT connectivity service that integrates the satellite network with existing terrestrial networks to provide IoT connectivity wherever the customer needs it.
Sateliot raised 10 million euros ($11.4 million) in a Series A investment round that conducted in two tranches. With the completion of the round, global technology company Indra owns approximately 10.5 percent of Sateliot. Cellnex, a European telecommunications and broadcasting giant, owns another 3.5 percent.
Sateliot – the satellite operator that will launch a constellation of nanosatellites to universalize the internet of things with 5G coverage – has obtained the provisional authorization from the Spanish government, through the ministry of economic affairs and digital transformation (mineco), necessary to start its 5G-IoT services.
The consensus of the 3GPP stakeholders validated the work proposal on what are technically known as NB-IoT/eMTC standards that are adapted to non-terrestrial networks (IoT NTN) and thus endorsed the technical feasibility study, in addition to initiating the necessary preparations for the approval of the IoT NTN regulatory phase.
3GPP, the organization that periodically brings together the main players in the telecommunications sector to define the different communication standards, will include in the definition of the 5G-IoT standard the ‘scenario 4’ or also known in the sector as ‘Sateliot scenario’ in which low orbit nanosatellite networks are contemplated to provide IoT services.