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KSF Space receives order from IoT company in USA for testing world's cheapest cubesat

KSF Space receives order from IoT company in USA for testing world's cheapest cubesat

KSF Space has received an order from an undisclosed IoT communication company for the testing of its cubesat kit version 2.0 cubesat. The KSF cubesat kit version 2.0 is designed to be the world's cheapest cubesat, making it an attractive option for companies looking to enter the space industry or expand their existing operations.

 

The cubesat kit version 2.0 is a 1U cubesat, which is a type of miniaturized satellite that is about the size of a Rubik's cube. Despite its small size, the KSF-1 is packed with powerful capabilities, including the ability to store and transmit data, take pictures, and monitor environmental conditions.

 

The IoT communication company will use the cubesat kit version 2.0 to test its new communication protocols for connecting devices in remote locations. The cubesat kit version 2.0's low cost and ability to operate in a low-Earth orbit make it an ideal platform for this type of testing.

 

KSF Space is confident that the cubesat kit version 2.0 will be a game-changer for the small satellite industry. The company believes that its low cost and ease of use will make it possible for more companies and organizations to get involved in space exploration and development.

 

"We are excited to be working with this leading IoT communication company on the testing of the cubesat kit version 2.0," said Dr ElKayyali Mohamed, CEO of KSF Space. "This is a validation of our technology and a major step forward in our mission to make space more accessible."

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