• Kepler


    UNBOUNDED CONNECTIVITY

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  • Connecting

    Connecting millions of devices:
    Bringing economic internet of things connectivity to remote regions.

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  • Intelligent

    Intelligent Shipping:
    Follow your package from Shanghai to New York, and everywhere in between.

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  • Data

    DATA in the most remote Areas:
    Retrieve locational data from your remote assets, safeguard personnel,
    and improve fleet maintenance.

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  • Interpoerability

    Interoperability:
    Standardized communications ensures interoperability of internet of things
    devices between remote and urban locations.

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  • Smaller

    Smaller is better
    Economical satellite communications is enabled by nanosatellites.

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  • Kepler


    UNBOUNDED CONNECTIVITY

    LEARN MORE.
  • Connecting

    Connecting millions of devices:
    Brining economic internet of things connectivity to remote regions

    LEARN MORE.
  • Intelligent

    Intelligent Shipping:
    Follow your package from Shanghai to New York, and everywhere in between

    LEARN MORE.
  • Data

    DATA in the most remote Areas:
    Retrieve locational data from your remote assets, safeguard personnel, and improve fleet maintenance

    LEARN MORE.
  • Interpoerability

    Interoperability:
    Standardized communications ensures interoperability of internet of things devices between remote and urban locations

    LEARN MORE.
  • Smaller

    Smaller is better
    Economical satellite communications is enabled by nanosatellites.

    LEARN MORE.

Product


A satellite M2M backhaul service

Over the next 5 years, nearly 6 million devices will require satellite Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications. From strain gauges on bridges, to soil acidity sensors, to seismic monitors, or GPS on shipping containers, the ubiquity of the Internet of Things cannot be realized without satellite communications.

Scalability

Each small, low-cost nanosatellite we add to our network continuously decreases latency and increases throughput.

Global data services

A constellation of polar communication satellites enables truly global coverage.

Terminals

Taking advantage of narrowband IoT technologies, the Kepler base stations will be LTE/3G enabled, and aggregate data from remote M2M devices within a 15km range.

 

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intelligent shipping

Intelligent Shipping

Imagine a world where you knew the exact position of your recent online purchase from its point of departure in Shanghai to arrival at your doorstep in New York. Now consider a world in which every one of the more than 50 million parcels that are shipped each day are tracked. This type of mass information would greatly improve the logistics of shipping companies, reducing delivery times, and improve fuel efficiency. It also has the potential for providing information on package damage en route, or environmental conditions for temperature-sensitive medical devices.

 

smart agriculture

Smart Agriculture

By 2050, the 9.6 billion people inhabiting this planet will require an estimated 70% increase in food production over current levels. With limited arable land available, this nearly $5 trillion global industry will necessitate substantial improvements in crop yield per acre. Farmers already collect and utilize large quantities of data for improving crop yield; weather data, machinery or animal health, and soil samples all work to improve yield while reducing waste. Sensors for livestock can provide information on reproduction events or health disorders, equipment monitoring sensors can enable predictive maintenance, and spatially distributed soil sensors improve fertilizer utilization and reduce water usage.

 

connect transportation

Connected Transportation

Intelligence traffic management, improvements in safety, and infrastructure maintenance monitoring can all be facilitated through globally distributed sensor networks. In the United States alone for example, traffic causes nearly 4 billion hours of travel delays, nearly 3 billion gallons of gasoline, and equates to 80 billion per year in losses. Remotely distributed traffic sensors can not only aide in smart traffic management, but also better identifying when maintenance is required on the nearly 60,000 structurally deficient bridges in the US. 

 

remote telamtics

Remote Telematics

The opportunity for satellite M2M technologies to fundamentally reshape remote operations is astounding. Wearable technologies such as temperature monitors can improve personnel health & safety. GPS sensors can offer a recourse for theft of large assets as well as improved operational efficiency through logistics management. Sensors for fuel level monitoring, oil pressure & temperature, or usage monitoring can improve predictive maintenance cycles, which reduce asset downtime and increase lifetime.

 

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Innovating for the future:
Developing the technologies that will drive the future of satellite M2M.

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Technology


Low-cost nanosatellites

Low-cost nanosatellites

Ultra-low-cost and rapid to deploy nanosatellites are perfectly suited to address the needs of satellite M2M communications, where low-cost is an absolute necessity, and low-bandwidth requirements negate the need for larger satellites. Moreover, the ability to rapidly deploy satellites means network capacity can scale in tandem with the rapid pace of IoT device deployment.

Low-cost nanosatellites

Ultra-low-cost and rapid to deploy nanosatellites are perfectly suited to address the needs of satellite M2M communications, where low-cost is an absolute necessity, and low-bandwidth requirements negate the need for larger satellites. Moreover, the ability to rapidly deploy satellites means network capacity can scale in tandem with the rapid pace of IoT device deployment.
Narrowband Base Station

Narrowband Base Station

The coming proliferation of standardized IoT devices that interface with existing LTE networks means base stations must similarly be narrowband-enabled to ensure interoperability of devices both in cellular networks and while remote. Our LTE/3G enabled base stations will ensure connectivity and negate the need for separate customer devices when leveraging satellite communications networks.

Narrowband Base Station

The coming proliferation of standardized IoT devices that interface with existing LTE networks means base stations must similarly be narrowband-enabled to ensure interoperability of devices both in cellular networks and while remote. Our LTE/3G enabled base stations will ensure connectivity and negate the need for separate customer devices when leveraging satellite communications networks.

 

Contact Us


675 King Street W, Suite 204
Toronto M5V 1M9
Canada

TEL | 437-Kepler1 (437-537-5371)
FAX | 437-Kepler2 (437-537-5372)

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