FREE
GLOBAL
SATELLITE
CONNECTIVITY
FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS

 
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We're LAUNCHING

A new kind of satellite communications network for the Internet of Things

Fleet.Space is building a network of tiny nanosatellites to deliver a global backhaul service for the Internet of Things. We're building a scalable network that will give ubiquitous coverage to devices around the world.

 
 

Pilot Program launches November 2016


 
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Applications

Smart mining

Maximise mine output efficiency through connected remote assets and monitoring. 

Connected Transport & Logistics

Two-way communication in shipping means super-granular cargo tracking and remote proactive control over perishable and sensitive goods in transit.

Precision AGRICULTURE

Global population increase means that by 2050, with 9.6 billion people on the planet and developing nations demanding greater quantities of food per capita, food production will need to double. Precision agriculture driven by low-cost sensors and data exchange gives us a chance to reach these targets without further environmental degradation.

Oil & Gas Resources

Remote sites in the oil and gas industry require two-way communication and cost-effective coverage in remote regions to maximise production. The Fleet.space network makes this possible.

 

About Us

WORKING FOR A BETTER WORLD

Our team is made up of scientists and entrepreneurs. We’re proven experts in designing, building and launching nano-satellites. Based in Adelaide and Sydney, Australia we're on a mission to improve efficiency around the world through smart cities, agriculture and natural resources.


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BE Part of the revolution

We're building a world-class team here at Fleet. Whether you're an engineer, scientist, business person or student, if you want to be part of a revolution in space and connectivity, we want you to get in touch with us.


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