Home-grown satellite to blast off on a SpaceX Transporter mission to start ambitious
mission to help take care of people and planet.
Adelaide, Australia – Myriota, the world leader in secure, low-power satellite connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT) announced an agreement with ISILAUNCH to send Kanyini into orbit to start its ambitious mission to help take care of people and planet. Under the Launch Services Agreement, Myriota has booked a spot for South Australia’s home-grown satellite to blast off on a SpaceX Transporter mission in 2023.
The word Kanyini is a Pitjantjatjara term describing the “principle of responsibility and unconditional love for all of creation”. In the spirit of its namesake, satellite Kanyini will help take care of Australians and the environment by improving bushfire preparedness, response and resilience and monitoring inland and coastal water qualities.
The spacecraft is being designed and built in a collaboration between local leaders of the space industry: Myriota, Inovor Technologies, the SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre and the South Australian Government.
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