Our technology enables companies to develop solutions to diminish their environmental impacts and better use of natural resources.
Sateliot is the best partner for those corporates committing to aligning their business strategies with the global leading initiatives fighting against climate change.
Some direct environmental reduction impacts will be water saving, breading and soil practices optimization, energy efficiency and fuel optimization, enabling more sustainable fishing practices, and guaranteeing cleaner oceans.
Digital inclusion and providing access for NGOs to Sateliot’s technology are two of our core social pillars.
Part of Sateliot’s mission is to play a crucial role in developing those communities living quality through improving their economic and social standards and facilitating access to internet connectivity.
We engage with NGOs of a broad category in different developing countries. By leveraging our technology, knowledge, and efforts, it can facilitate the achievement of their societal targets.
If you are a climate-oriented public or NGO dedicated to SDG(Sustainable Development Goals), you are more than welcome to contact us. We are thrilled to join forces with you for a more sustainable world.
Companies that utilize Sateliot’s technology will benefit from a positive economic impact on their business.
Our connectivity permits firms in a wide range of sectors to be more efficient, allowing companies to increase productivity, improve operational processes, optimize maintenance costs, and become more profitable.
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Sateliot is part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Community. We are breaking the mold with our 5G NB-IoT connectivity technology to empower circular economy value drivers, assuring the monitoring of the location, condition, and availability of the business assets.
• Extending the use cycle length of an asset
• Increasing utilisation of an asset or resource
• Regeneration of natural capital
• Looping/cascading an asset through additional use cycles