Flavia Tata Nardini

Fleet Space Technologies CEO Flavia Tata Nardini

Fleet Space Technologies has raised US$7.35 million (AU$10.8 million) from global funds including Momenta Ventures and Horizons Ventures, to deliver ubiquitous Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity to remote industries, powered by a global constellation of nanosatellites. Investors in the funding round also included Grok Ventures and Blackbird Ventures, who re-invested

South Australian start-up Fleet Space Technologies’ plan to connect one million IoT devices to the industrial internet is gaining momentum. The start-up, founded by aerospace engineers, recently launched “Project Galaxy,” asking prospective customers to sign up to use its emerging low-cost satellite network. Within 24 hours participants registered one million

Fleet Space Technologies CEO Flavia Tata Nardini

Running a start-up is never smooth sailing, but when your start-up happens to involve launching rockets into space then there are some additional hurdles to overcome. Based in South Australia, Fleet Space Technologies, is preparing to launch its first nanosatellites (pictured above, right) later this year which will establish a