Andy Bowyer, co-founder and CEO of Kleos Space, will join the Connectivity Business Summit 2022 speaker faculty for a panel discussion on the implications of new space technologies on connectivity venture investments at 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday, June 14.
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Luxembourg-based Kleos is a space-powered radio frequency reconnaissance data-as-a-service (DaaS) company with markets that include mining, gas and maritime. The company also uses its satellites to detect and geolocate radio frequency transmissions to improve the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities of governments.
“We’re using SIGINT technique to produce a GEOINT product. Our output is points on a map with metadata, such as the presence of radioactivity, from which the user can infer [information],” Bowyer told Connectivity Business News.
In October the firm announced the launch of its fourth cluster of four satellites to collect signal intelligence for security and related applications that will use geolocated radio frequency transmissions to improve the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities of governments and commercial entities.
Bowyer is the current chair of the UK Space Mechanisms Group. Prior to co-founding Kleos in 2017, Bowyer co-founded satellite technology firm Magna Parva in 2005.
Connectivity Business Summit, taking place June 14-15 in New York City, will explore the critical strategic and financial issues impacting the global satellite and terrestrial connectivity infrastructure and services industry. In addition to hearing industry leaders share their experiences, attendees will take away new insights and invaluable connections.
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