Alan Burkitt-Gray: Tiny 5G satellite to put a tiger into IoT services
12/05/2021 – 18:56
“OQ Technology has recruited Lithuanian satellite company NanoAvionics to build a tiny satellite for 5G internet of things services.
OQ Technology expects to generate revenue with this satellite, called Tiger-2, scheduled to be launched this year, followed by further satellites.
“Tiger-2 is an example of a new space start-up breaking barriers and racing with time to get to orbit within a few months, while using an agile approach to quickly deliver 5G connectivity,” said Omar Qaise (pictured), founder and CEO of OQ Technology.”