As the satellite IoT market grows, companies like HEAD Aerospace plan to launch constellations of satellites specifically for IoT purposes. The Skywalker satellite IoT constellation can provide connectivity for various industries and markets. With the growth of small satellites (small-sats), small, affordable satellites offer cost-effective options for companies using satellite technology for IoT connectivity.

In this podcast interview (in English) with IoT For All, Oscar Delgado from HEAD Aerospace, and Raghu Das join Ryan Chacon to discuss this, plus other topics centred around satellite IoT.

Oscar Delgado is the IoT Sales & Business Development Director within HEAD AEROSPACE GROUP with a focus on IoT Business strategy and execution of the Sales plan for the HEAD Skywalker Space IoT constellation service (Internet-of-Things (IoT) LEO constellation) and Business Development for Earth observation (EO) satellites business from HEAD AEROSPACE GROUP. Oscar holds more than twenty-five years of experience in the international business development arena in the ICT sector, of which fifteen-year in the IIoT & SATIot Industry and the New Space sector last ten years.

Raghu Das has spent his career building, operating, and investing in space-related businesses in privately held and publicly traded companies. Raghu heads Aniara Spacecom LLC and currently serves as a Venture Partner at E2MC, where he analyses and evaluates various investment opportunities in the space sector.

About HEAD

HEAD Aerospace is a one-stop-shop service provider with integrated access from multiple Earth observation satellite constellations to complex turnkey geospatial solutions. A global network of 140+ partners accesses HEAD’s centralized geodata hub of satellite imagery collected from more than 90 in-orbit satellites with image resolutions ranging from 0.3m to 1m, tri-stereo imaging, true-color night imaging, hyperspectral, video from space, C-Band, X-band, and L-Band SAR. Distinguished satellite attributes allow end-users to develop diversified applications. We offer early morning tasking, the first to observe the world, night-time imaging, country coverage in a single image, and near real-time monitoring with a direct receiving station. In addition to the Earth observation and geospatial business, HEAD operates its own Space-based Internet-of-Things (IoT) constellation with eight on-orbit satellites as part of the 48 satellites constellation plan in 2023.

HEAD, based in Beijing, China, has subsidiaries in France and the Netherlands, and representatives on each continent, speaking either native or fluent Arabic, Afrikaans, Chinese (Cantonese & Mandarin), Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Kazakh, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish

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