PARIS — Satellite-based IIoT/M2M startup Hiber of the Netherlands has booked a dedicated launch this year on Vector’s Vector-R rocket, to operate from the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Alaska.
After waiting out long launch delays, Hiber launched two satellites in quick succession as part of ride-share packages on India’s PSLV rocket in November and the SpaceX/Spaceflight Inc.-organized smallsat group launch in December.
Hiber has said it can start its business, using small terminals whose batteries have 10 years of autonomy, by operating . . .
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