Fleet's First Commercial Portals Ship around the World

We are proud to announce our first product – “The Fleet Portal” is now officially released! The Portal has been the result of our dedicated passion over the past few years to simplify the world of large-scale remote industrial IoT. It is the first fully integrated Satellite/LoRaWANTM gateway and we are excited to present it to you.

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Matthew Pearson
Fleet and Cog Partner to Secure Satellite-Connected Internet of Things

Cog, maker of the world’s most secure IoT security solutions, today announced that Fleet, an Australian Internet of Things startup, has partnered with the company to advance the security of satellite-connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Fleet will deploy Cog’s D4 Secure platform on trial projects around the world. The companies will also co-present as part of the Innovation Review of IoT Sensors on June 28, at the Sensors Expo to be held at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

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Max Girault
Fleet's first nanosatellites launching!

The first of Fleet Space Technologies’ nanosatellites is under contract to launch with Spaceflight aboard an Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) by Antrix/ISRO. Fleet Space Technologies' second nanosatellite will launch on Spaceflight's SSO-A mission; Spaceflight has a contract to launch a collection of small satellites on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Vandenberg Air Force Base no earlier than the second half of 2018.

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Matthew Pearson
Fleet to construct mission control in Adelaide

Fleet Space Technologies has secured a Future Jobs Fund grant to construct a new mission control centre in Adelaide. The ‘Mission Control South Australia’ project will create 17 ongoing jobs in IT and advanced manufacturing, more than doubling Fleet Space’s current staff numbers.

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Matthew Pearson
Saving the Great Barrier Reef from space

In partnership with organisations including the Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef and In-Situ Marine Optics, we installed Reef 1 off the coast of Cairns, Australia, to monitor water quality, temperature and key characteristics vital to the Reef’s survival. 

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Matthew Pearson