Welcome to
Satellite IoT Lab

 Explore the lab and learn about the huge opportunities of the next generation satellite IoT. 

We are involved in the global satcom business since more then 20 years. You can benefit from our Sat IoT expertise and experience, via our consult, courses, research and projects.

Connect, check out our platform and learn how to seize the next generation global IoT opportunities
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Hub Urlings, November 2021

The satellite IoT opportunity

Low cost global IoT connectivity, combined with low power consumption will trigger an explosion of data points on a global scale.
The data will feed a million applications in all sectors in society. In particular those for wide area monitoring or telemetry: from water management, climate change, weather, public infrastructure, to other Sustainable Development Goals

How can you benefit ?

Is your government or public organisation  involved in the development and maintenance of public infrastructure for water, transport, energy, agriculture, weather or environmental monitoring?
 
Satellite IoT will provide you the connectivity tools to monitor wide area sensor networks. Measure and know, to build and realize your policies.

What do we bring?

* M2sat IoT Lab brings in depth expertise in the global sat iot industry, both in "traditional" satiot networks as well as in the new space networks.
* Our experience over all stages of the life cycle of satellite IoT services and applications.
* Our  global network satiot value chain partners in governmental, sceintific and puclic sector market.
* A future proof approach to satellite IoT  

Upcoming Live Classes

Hidden Link

The internet of things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new generation of “smart” technology that is emerging in all sectors in society.

We have it in the house like our central heating 
or the 
home security system. We have it in the car to guide us through
the traffic. 

Companies, businesses and organizations rely on IoT to track, monitor and manage assets, ensure the safety of their workers, and improve remote operations.

IoT needs connectivity however and terrestrial telecom networks like 2G/3G/4G/5G cellular cover only 10- 15 percent of the planet,

That is were satellite comes in, and with it a new IoT category emerged: satellite IoT.

Global iot market to surpass $1 trillion mark by 2024 says GlobalData

With IoT technology, we can not only manage our homes, our car or our cities, but also  critical elements of our economy such as the global supply chain, our energy grid, our public infrastructure, agriculture, environment monitoring or water management structures..

Research company NSR expects strong growth of the total satellite IoT market, with the new cube sat based satellite networks driving a large part of that growth while opening up new markets.

Satellite IoT, nextgen global connectivity

Satellites are providing IoT connectivity already since decades, serving the needs for critical communications in a lot of sectors in society. Currently circa 4,5 Million SatIoT units are in the field.

A strong growth is expected with the arrival of a new generation cube sat based satellite IoT networks, that offer low cost, low power connectivity.

This will open up new markets like for critical infrastructures in the government or public sector.

Public/Private investments will bring data gathering networks for environmental monitoring, public infrastructure, watermanagement, agriculture or weather and climate monitoring up to date in the coming years.. 

Satellite IoT based wide area networks for the Government and Public sector

The global challenges as described in the UN Sustainability Goals ask for drastic investments in infrastructure. The first step is to upgrade the outdated global data gathering infrastructures for meteo, watermanagement, public infrastructure  and environmental monitoring. New technologies in sensors and global connectivity are available. The next generation Satellite IoT can play a disruptive role in wide area monitoring to meet the global challenges of climate change and water management. 

Global Watermanagement

Despite good progress over the last decades, UN-Water reports that the world remains off track to achieve SDG 6 by 2030. Achieving universal access to safely managed drinking water and sanitation by 2030 will require a four-fold increase in current rates of progress

Public infrastructure monitoring

All over the world the governement is investing heavily in public infra structure. Monitoring the current state of infrastructure assets is a first step. 

Environmental monitoring

To meet the world's environmental challenges global sensor networks are required to monitor the quality of water, air, noise and land. 

Satellite IoT MasterClass
Become a master in satellite IoT and learn how to
design and build and prototype your global IoT solutions. 
Learn how to connect the whole value chain: 
from sensors and networks to dashboards.
Deploy your prototype in a test site to validate your design.
Present the results to your management.