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Kepler raises USD 16 mln to develop nanosatellite services

Wednesday 24 October 2018 | 13:25 CET | News
Canadian satellite communications company Kepler Communications is aiming to introduce low-cost in-space connectivity services with an array of nanosatellites. The company already delivers customer services in the polar regions, where there are no internet options, with its PolarConnect service. Kepler expects demand for connectivity at the poles to increase as tourism activities become more popular and ice-covered shipping lanes melt as a result of global warming. To achieve its goals, Kepler held a financing round and brought in USD 16 million, taking its total raised to date to USD 21

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