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World Satellite Business Week, Paris 2019

By Fatima Vigil | 11 September 2019

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The global market for satellite IoT will exceed 30 million end devices by 2024. Astrocast is in a good position with its low cost, yet robust, L-Band modules enabling it to capture a large share of this market”. Fabien Jordan at Euroconsult World Satellite Business Week Conference, on the panel “IoT Constellations: Emerging Business Models.”

30million end devices by 2024

Astrocast’s CEO Fabien Jordan was excited to participate in the panel “IoT Constellations: Emerging Business Models“. He shared his views along with Emma Park VP Europe at Sigfox, Mina Mitry CEO at Kepler Communication and David Haley CTO of Myriota.

90%

of the Earth that is not covered by cellular networks

Our CEO gave information about Astrocast’s business model. How the company plans to address the 90% of the Earth that is not covered by cellular networks. Along with how the company will enter the market.

Some key aspects of our solution captured the attention of the attendees: 

  • The low-power consumption of our module thanks to our ASIC. allowing to built compact, low-cost end devices around our module as they can be powered by a small battery. 
  •  The bi-directional communication enabling customers to communicate back with their devices.
  • The use of L-Band frequency that enables the use of small antennas whilst ensuring reliable communication even in extreme weather conditions.

During the World Satellite Business week Astrocast continued consolidating itself as a leading nanosatellite IoT company.

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World Satellite Business Week 10 November, 2020 | Online Event
Join Astrocast CEO Fabien Jordan at the World Satellite Business Week Virtual Edition. on the panel: Satellite IoT: condemned to grow?

World Satellite Business Week
10 November, 2020
Online Event

Join Astrocast CEO Fabien Jordan at the World Satellite Business Week Virtual Edition. on the panel: Satellite IoT: condemned to grow?