Save 80% on satellite for remote industry

Plug and play satellite IoT for your remote operation. Fleet makes it simple to connect more for less.

 
 
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Scalable, global connectivity made for the Internet of Things

 
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LOW-COST AND LOW-POWER

Ultra-low cost, low-power satellite is now possible

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100% SCALABLE IOT

We blend satellite and LPWAN infrastructure for scalable IoT

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SECURE PRIVATE NETWORK

Our Portal gateway enables your secure private network

 
 

The Fleet Portal: all in one satellite IoT for industry

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The Portal is a plug-and-play server, LoRaWAN gateway, satellite modem and antenna wrapped into one. It provides satellite connectivity to 100 sensors within 15km range.

 
 

Connect more for less via low-cost satellite

We’re passionate about reducing satellite IoT costs so you can connect more remote devices for less. Save up to 80% on satellite connectivity using the power of Edge Computing combined with low-cost satellite.

 
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Scalable IoT: start small and grow

Perfect for digitally transforming your business: start small and grow the amount of data you collect from your remote operation. Fleet's unique Portal device blends a LoRaWAN gateway with a satellite modem so you can connect up to 100 devices with ease without breaking the bank.

Optimise your satellite costs

Reduce your satellite spend today

Optimise your existing satellite connection with Fleet's NanoAnalytics platform

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Unlock the power of IoT for super-efficient industry and logistics

By 2050 there will be 9.6 billion people on Earth. We must find ways to increase industrial efficiency. Deploying thousands of remote sensors in agriculture or control systems in cold supply chain will have massive impact on the way we do business. By unlocking low-cost, high-volume IoT, we are ushering in the 4th Industrial Revolution globally.

 
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Internet connectivity for millions of sensor devices based in remote locations on Earth.
— Financial Times