Kleos says its cash is sufficient to put first SigInt satellites into service; strikes deals with UK’s IMSL, Airbus

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Startup satellite-based signals-intelligence service provider Kleos Space said it has sufficient cash to fund the manufacture and launch, in mid-2019, of its first three cubesats, which when operational could begin generating revenue without waiting for the rest of the planned 20-satellite constellation.

British-owned, Luxembourg-based, Australia Securities Exchange (ASX)-traded Kleos Space has struck agreements with two established companies to jump-start commercial revenue uptake.

The company signed an agreement with Airbus Defence and Space to help market the Kleos Signals . . .

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