Adelaide-based nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota and the Australian Space Agency have signed a statement of strategic intent aimed at expanding Australia’s growing space industry.
South Australian satellite start-up Myriota has teamed up with the Australian Institute of Marine Science to deploy marine drifters with satellite-connected sensors that can track currents, sea surface water temperature and barometric pressure of the ocean in real time.
South Australian start-ups Myriota and Ping.services have teamed up to offer monitoring of wind farms by using an acoustic surveillance tool.
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