With airborne background, Mynaric adapts laser communications to LEO satellite constellations

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Startup laser communications technology provider Mynaric AG’s recent IPO in Germany grossed 27 million euros ($32 million), which will be invested in expanding staff and production facilities to prepare for LEO broadband satellite constellations.

Mynaric, whose technology origins are with the German Aerospace Center, DLR, has established an office in the United States and expects to begin flight tests of its aircraft-mounted laser communications terminals (LCTs) this year customer Airborne Wireless Network (ABWN) this year.

Mynaric board member Markus Knapek said the company is . . .

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