Internet from space, made in Holland
Dutch startup Hiber is launching cubesats to provide internet of things connectivity around the world to paying customers. The first two satellites have recently been lauched and the first customers have signed up.
Hiber's CFO Coen Janssen tells us about building satellites, covering all of the globe, getting your spacecraft launched, abiding by the rules in orbit, being a space company in Amsterdam, making money doing it and much more.
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